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FLORIDA 



VEGETABLE CROPS 



ANNUAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY- 



959 



u I r 



JU!^ 1-1960 

U,S. DEPARTMENT Or .* ..)-oi.V^'.x: 



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Volume XV 



ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE 
CARLOT SHIPMENTS . 

Prepared By 



J. B. OWENS 
Truck Crop Statistician 

J. C. TOWNSEND, JR. 
Agricultural Statistician 
In Charge 



G. N. ROSE 
C. L. CRENSHAW 
Agricultural Experiment Stations 
University of Florida 



FLORIDA CROP AND LIVESTOCK REPORTING SERVICE 

ORLANDO, FLORIDA 



UNITED STATES 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
Agricultural Marketing Service 



UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 
AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS 
Department of Agricultural Economics 



Counties of Florida 





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FLORIDA 
VEGETABLE PRODUCING AREAS 
With Principal Vegetables Produced 



South Dade - tomatoes, potatoes* snap and pole beans, 
svreet corn, squash, cucumbers, cantaloups 

Pompano - beans, peppers, squash, eggplant, lima beans, 
sweet corn, cucumbers 

Trail - tomatoes 

Immokalee - tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet corn, potatoes 
Fort Mvers - potatoes, cucumbers, sweet corn, 

eggp lant , p epp er s 
Everglades - beans, sweet corn, cabbage, escarole, 

celery, potatoes, lettuce, radishes 
Fort Pierce- Indiantown - tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, 

watermelons 
Vauchula - cucumbers, toira-toes 
Sarasota - celery, radishes 

Kanatee-Huskin - tomatoes, pole beans, cabbage, 

caulif lovjer , lettuce, peppers 
Plant City - strawberries, peppers, squash, pole beans, 

field peas, okra 
Webster-Center Hill - cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, beans 
Zellvrood - sweet corn, celery, escarole, lettuce, beans, 

radishes 

Sanf ord-Oviedo - cabbage, celery, beans, lettuce, escarole, 

sweet corn, miscellaneous vegetables 
Oxf ord-Belleview-Lowell - tomatoes, -watermelons 
Mcintosh-Island Grove-Hawthorne - squash, snap and lima 

beans, celery, cabbage, lettuce 
LaCrosse-Brooker - beans, cucumbers, peppers, potatoes 
Hastings - po-batoes, cabbage 
Escambia - potatoes 
Quincy-Havana - pole beans, squash 

1 1 1 1 1 1 - -watermelons 




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F B E W R D 



The United States is considered to have the test agricultural statistics in the 
world. By the same token, Florida is credited with having the test vegetable statistics 
in the United States. Moreover, these statistics are constantly being improved and made 
□ore comprehensive to meet the demand for more accurate and precise information. Farmers 
businessmen, administrators, and legislators have come to rely more and more on statis- 
tics--to tell them what is happening, to show them where their economic problems are, 
and to assist them in finding answers. Statistics also serve as guidelines both for 
current activities and for planning ahead. 

To be of value, statistics must be used. To be used properly one must know what 
they represent. What definitions are used? How the data are obtained, tabulated, and 
analyzed? Uhat is their degree of accuracy and reliability? ^Ind finally, one must 
guard against misinterpretation and attempts to make improper application. 

The purpose of this publication is to present in summary form the more important 
and basic information that growers are likely to need in planning and analyzing their 
individual operations with respect to production and marketing problems. Complete 
historical data serve as a benchmark for plotting a future course. Their greatest 
value comes with an understanding of the past and an alertness for discerning the 
future. The Crop Reporting Service, also issues monthly reports on the acreage and 
potential production of vegetable crops by seasons (fall, v/inter, spring, and summer.) 
This timely periodic information when properly used should encourage judicious plant- 
ing and more orderly marketing programs. The ready availability of facts, both current 
and historic, should exert a much needed stabilizing influence in an industry that is 
very sensitive to either real or imaginary changes. 



ACKNOVtLEDGMENT OF CONTRIBUTORS 



Through the joint efforts of the Florida. Crop and Livestock Reporting Office of 
the Agricultural Marketing Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture and the Depart- 
ment of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Experiment Stations, ■ University of 
Florida, data, are presented on the acreage, production, and value of 1? vegetable 
crops. 

With the exception of the shipment information, the data contained herein are 
estimates and are based on reports by, and interviews with growers, shippers, market- 
ing associations and organizations, seedsmen, railroad representatives, canners, and 
other processors. We gratefully acknowledge our indebtedness to each person and 
organization contributing to the development of these data. 

We further acknov/ledge the assistance extended by such agencies as the Florida 
State Marketing Bureau, the Agricultural Extension Service through its county agri- 
cultural agents, the Federal-State Inspection and Market News Services, the Florida 
State Marketing Board, the State Plant Board, and other informed sources. 

Much credit is due to our entire clerical personnel for the painstaking work 
they have done in preparing this booklet for publication. xlrlene Kruse and 
Doris Schankweiler handled most of the assembling of data and the cutting of 
stencils. 



USEES OF AGEICULTUEAL STATISTICS 



Agriculture? estimates are, first of all, released "by the Governnent to the farmers, ■business- 
men, consumers, and others who must moke a wide variety of individual decisions, "based on the "best 
facos ohtainatle. The same estimates are also used hy the legislative, judicial^ and executive 
"blanches of Federal and State Gorvernments in many different ways. Some of the leading uses are "byJ 



1:. Individual farmers; in working out their 
planting^ "breeding, feeding, and marketing 
programs. 

2c ■ Farmers' service organizations in keeping 
a"breast of -current agricul txaral problems and 
in determining their policies. 

3"^ Farmers' cooperatives; in planning their 
purchasing, sales, and marketing programs, 

Processorsj dealers, and handlers of agri- 
cultural products; in planning where to esta'b- 
lish their plants, determining the source and 
volume of their raw products, and the size of 
their operations, and in marketing their pro- 
duc t s = 

5» Railroads and other transport services; in 
determining the numher of cars and trucks need- 
ed to move the agricultural products of parti- 
cular areas. The statistical data on produc- 
tion and time of harvest enahle these carriers 
to distribute their equipment where it is most 
needed. This is especially important with 
perisha'ble products such as fruits and vege- 
tables. 

6= Operators of warehouses and other storage 
facilities; in planning storage for each year's 
crops and livestock products. 

1 <■ Industrial organizations, manufacturers, 
jobbers, merchants, and mail-order houses, par- 
ticularly those with farm customers or cus- 
tomsrs processing or packing farm products; in 
planning their production, sales, inventories, 
and advertising programs, in order to provide 
the farmer with goods he needs when he needs 
them. 

8o . Banks, insvirance and credit organizations; 
in calculating the risks in financing farm pro- 
duction, storage and marketing; in managing 
farm propei'ties under their control; or in 
insuring farmers against crop failures, live- 
stock losses, and so on. 

9'^ Editors and writers for farm and trade 
papers, newspapers, and rad:' o service; in 
developing background for articles and programs 
of timely interest and value to farmersc 

10. The President and his Council of Economic 
Advisers; in reporting on the several sectors of 
the national economy, including agriculture and 
recommending policies and legislation. 

llo Members of Congress; in shaping nearly all 
legislation directly affecting agriculture, and 
much of the legislation affecting the general 
economy.. 

12* Department of Agriculture; in gauging the 
adequacy of production of foods and fiber for 
the nation's essential requirements; in adminis- 
tering action programs of the Department; in de- 
termining income from agriculture; in measuring 
prices of farm products in relation to prices of 
other commodities; in determining parity prices 
■"Afhich are basic to virtually all price support 



and acreage control programs enacted by the Con- 
gress; as basis for actuarial tables used by Fed- 
eral crop insurance program; in determining Drice 
supports andj during World War II, the minimum 
points at which price ceilings were permissible; 
in the planning and operationg of credit, conser- 
vation, educational, and other programs; in 
appraising the need for and results of various 
physical and economic research projects; in main- 
taining a current economic outlook service for 
farmers and others interested in agricultuie. 

13. Department of Defense; in planning for and 
carrying out the procurement of farm-derived com- 
modities needed to feed, clothe, and otherwise 
equip the Armed Services. 

14. Department of State; in helping to negotiate 
commercial agreements with foreign governments; 
in overseas information programs; in programs of 
economic and technical aid to foreign countries. 

15. Department of Labor; in appraising changes 
in the relative position of labor and other seg- 
ments of the economy, including agriculture; in 
appraising migratory labor requirements by the 
United States Employment Service. 

16. Department of Commerce; in certain business 
advisory services and in planning and ezecuting 
programs that affect the general economy; by the 
Interstate Commerce Commission in establishing or 
revising rates affecting transportation of farm 
products. 

17. Department of Health Education and Welfare; 
in programs of vocational education in agriculture 
in administration of purefood laws J in social 
secarity and other programs affecting farmers or 
farm laborers. 

18. Department of the Treasury; in planning and 
carrying out tax programs that affeco agriculture; 
in selling U. S. Savings Bonds in rural arcasc 

19. Department of the Interior; in -)la;nning and 
executing programs of reclamation and land manage- 
ment. The Fish and Wildlife Service, in manage- 
ment and conservation programs'. 

20. State governments; in the operation of vari- 
ous marketing, regulatory, and other programs 
affecting agriculture, agricultural products or 
related Indus tries or interest. 

21. State agricultural colleges and extensioB,-. 
services, State and county extension workers and 
others; in advising farmers about plantings, 
breeding, and marketing operations and faj.-ming 
operations in general. Statistical data are the 
basis for their educational programs, and also 
measure the effectiveness of their crop and live- 
stock work. 



Many additional users and uses could bo cited; 
the foregoing list gives only a broad outline of 
the significance of an adequate agricultuicl 
statistical reporting progreon to the national 
economy as a whole, and to the economy ox agri- 
culture in particulaTo 



INDEX 



Each crop generally carries the following sequence of data by season! Name of crop - Season? 
Acres for harvest by counties} Acreage, production and value - State summary? Acreage and produc- 
tion by counties and areas, 1958-59; Average monthly prices, and shipping data. Crops that har- 
vest in more than one season are then combined in one total grouping classified as "all" and plac- 
ed before the breakdown by seasonal groupings. 







- 2 






- kZ 






- 9 






- 48 






- 9 






- 52 




. . 10 


- 13 






- -58 






- 15 












- 16 






- 60 






- 20 






- 67 


CORN (SVyEET)'. 


. . 20 


- 25 


WATEiMELONS^ . • 


• • • .« •. • . .6? 


- 70 






- 32 


MISCELLANEOUS SHIPMENTS . 




- 7^+ 






- 37 






- 85 






- 39 






- 87 



DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS 

SEASONAL GBOUFINGS - In order that competitive production within the State of Florida and the 
United btates may be classified on a National basis under" reasonably- uniform groups, we have es- 
tablished a National pattern which is based on the most active harvesting periods. These major 
groups areWLNTEfi, SPflING, SUMMED, and FALL. The V/INTEE group includes the months of January, 
February, and Llarch; SPHING includes April, May, and June; SLMIEfi includes July, August, and Sep- 
tember (Florida carries no official summer commercial crops); and FALL includes October, November, 
and Deceqiber. These periods are not rigidly fixed and the harvesting period for a particular 
grouping may eztend into the preceding or following group. 'However, in arranging our data we 
have followed these groupings in so far as it is practical. 'Fol? example, it has been considered 
practical to carry Cabbage, cauliflower, escarole^ lettuce,' and strawberries as one season crops, 
designating them Vi;INTEf< since the volxime production is 'harvested generally during January, Febru- 
ary, and Iviarch. Since some systematic order of grouping is necessary it is deemed best for all 
concerned to handle our classifications on a National basis even^thbugh they may not always agree 
v/ith some local designations now in use. -i:-,. .nJ i 

PLANTED ACREAGE - The definition for planted acreage i-S'Tiiased Vn a "loss of crop"' concept. ' Esti- 
mates of planT¥d acres for any seasonal grouping consist of acres for harvest (see next paragraph) 
during that particular seasonal group plus any acreage planted for harvest during the season, but 
which was lost or destroyed and did not produce a crop in the season under consideration. If the 
acreage, is lost and not replanted it is counted as planted . If it fs lost but replanted for har- 
vest in the same season as the original acreage would have been liarvasted, the acreage replanted 
is not considered as additional acreage planted. However, if the acreage lost is replanted for 
harvest in a later season, it is considered as planted for both seasons and as acres for harvest 
only for the latter season. 

ACRES FOR HARVEST - This is considered as being all acreage from which a crop could have been har- 
vested had economic conditions (prices, available labor, etc.) warranted the harvest. It includes 
mature acreage on which the harvest was postponed or delayed too long due to economic reasons and 
the production lost thereby. Acreage which produces such low yields or poor quality that the crop 
is not worth picking at any reasonable price is considered as crop failure and is not included in 
the acreage for harvest. Unharvested acreage which produces yields which would be harvested at 
reasonable prices is included in acreage for harvest. 



YI£LD - Yield refers to total production of merchantable quality produced on an acre basis and 
may include some unharvested production left in fields for economic reasons. 



P.H0DUCTION - Total- production represents the yield times (X) the acres for harvest . Production 
of value is that part of the production which was harvested and sold or utilized and does not 
include economic abandonment. 



ECONOMIC ABMCONIJMT - This category includes mature production not harvested because of economic 
factors, such as low prices, shortage of labor'J etc. Such loss of production includes quantities 
left in fields partially harvested as well as production on acreage abandoned for economic reasons 
In the production tables in this book economic abandonment is the difference between the total 
production and the production of value. 

Acreage abandoned at any stage of growth before matiirity will be considered as loss of acre - 
age or crop failure rather than economic abandonment of production. 



AVERAGE PRICE - All prices used in this report are per hundredweight on an f.o.b. basis or its 
e quivalent, Tess selling charges. (Comparable average prices per standard \init is shown in 
parenthesis) . 



TOTAL VALUE - The total value is the average price per hundredweight times the production of value 



CANNED OR PBOCESSED ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION - The acreage of vegetables in Florida planted solely 
for canning and other processing pvirposes during the period covered by this publication has been 
confined principally to cucumbers for pickles. The acreages of beans and tomatoes, the principal 
crops processed, are planted primarily for fresh market, but each year substantial quantities are 
canned . or- fro zen. 

,T In order to'show the utilization of the production from the acreage brought to harvest, three 
col\imns on production are used in the State Summaries. The first shows the total production, the 
second shows the production sold for fresh market consumption, and the third shows the production 
sold for processing (either canned or frozen). Production abandoned for economic reasons is the 
total, production minus the sum of the production for fresh market and processing. 

Those desiring to know the equivalent acreage utilized for processing should divide the num- 
ber of hundredweight processed by the average yield then generally round to the nearest hundred. 
The prices given for processed beans and tomatoes are based on a per ton price and reduced to a . . j. 
per hundredweight price (rounded., to the nearest whole cent). 



MIXED CAR MOVEMENT - Total shipments of produce in mixed cars are shown by months on Page 
These data include the equivalent cars shown in our regular shipment data under each specific 
crop carried in this publication. 





XIMA BEANS - 


ALL SEASONS 


- ACRES FOB HABVEST - 


BY COMTIES 






County 


1952-53 


1953-5^ 




1955-56 


1956-57 


1957-58 


1958-59 


Alscllua. 


500 








i*00 


300 


275 




200 


200 




?o 


175 


100 


50 






1 00 


lUU 




75 


75 


85 








50 
















ouu 


f uu 


800 


775 


350 


ivTo T* i on 


100 

X WW 


•JO 




"71; 


100 


100 


50 


Pfi 1 m Penr*li 




62 "5 


SSO 


700 




200 


315 


Polk 






50 


50 


75 


50 


75 


Union 


125 


125 


125 


100 


135 


135 


100 


Other Counties 


550 


375 


500 


400 


300 


315 


400 


TOTAL 


3,300 


2,900 


2,900 


2,500 


2,U00 


2,050 


1,700 



♦LIMA BEAMS, ALL SEASONS - ACBEAGE, PBODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 



Season 


Acreage 


Yield 




Production 


Average Price 


Total Value 




Planted 


For Bar. 


Per Acre 


Total 


Of Value 


Per 












Cwt. Bu, 


1/ 1 


,000 Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu. 


l,OOQr.DaHars 


1949-50 


4,450 


4,150 


31 ( 


;97 


1 128 


121 


$ 8.66 ( 


>77) 


1 $ 1^ 048 


1950-51 


4,800 


4,600 


22 ( 


69 


1 101 


101 


8.72 ( 


2.79 


1 881 


1951-52 


3,600 


3,300 


29 ( 


91 


1 95 


87: 


10.00 ( 


3.20 


1 870 


1952-53 


3,450 


3,300 


25 1 


78 


1 83 


83 


10.10 1 


3.23] 


1 838 


1953-54 


2,950 


2,900 


28 ( 


88 


1 82 


82 


9.55 ( 


3.06 


1 . 783 


195^-55 


3,150 


2,900 


29 ( 


91 


1 84 


75' 


9.95 1 


3.18 


1 .746 


1955-56 


2,900 


2,500 


26 ( 


81 


1 64 


62 


10.79 1 


3.45 


1 669 


1956-57 


2,700 


2,400 


27 1 


84 


1 64 


61 


10.07 ( 


3.22] 


1 6l4 


1957-58 


2,300 


2,050 


26 ( 


80 


1 53 


50 


10. 28 ( 


3.29 


1 514 


1958-59 


2,100 


1,700 


22 ( 


.70; 


1 38 


38 


14.08 I 


>.5i; 


\ . 535 



1/ Conversion Factor 32 pounds per "bushel or 3*125 "bushels per cwt. 



*LIMA BEANS - 


ALL SEASONS ■ 


- ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS 


- 1958-59 


Coxmties 


: Acreage i 


Yield 


Production 


and Areas 


: Planted : For Harvest : 


Bushels : 


Total 


: Harvested 


N.orth Florida Area 












Alachua 


350 


275 


52 


14,250 


14,250 


Bradford 


75 


50 


40 


2,000 


2,000 


Marion 


50 


50 • 


60 


3,000 


3,0C0 


Union 


125 


100 


'114 


11.375 


11,375 


Area Total 


600 


475 


64 


30,625 


30,625 


Hillshorough-Manatee Area 










Hillsborough 


525 


350 


84 


29,350 


29,350 


Polk 


100 


75 


87 


6,525 


6,525 


Area Total 


625 


425 


ek 


35,875 


35,875 


Everglades Area 












Palm Beach (West) 


50 


50 


120 


6,000 


6,000 


Lower East Coast Area 












Broward 


110 


85 


76 


6,500 


6,500 


Palm Beach (East) 


315 


265 


66 


17,500 


17,500 


Area Total 


425 


350 


69 


24,000 


24,000 


Other Counties 


400 


400 


56 


22,500 


22,500 


State Total 


2, 100 


1,700 


70 


119,000 


119,000 


1 


•LIMA BEANS - 


WINTER - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY 


COUNTIES 




Covmty 


1953 


1954 1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 1959 


Alachua 










25 25 


Broward 


50 


50 50 




50 


50 50 


Dade 




50 








Hills"borough 






50 


100 


75 50 


Marion 










25 25 


Palm Beach 


475 


425 350 


500 


140 


100 225 


Union 










25 25 


Other Counties 


75 


25 50 


50 


110 


50 100 


TOTAL 


600 


500 500 


600 


400 


350 500 



• Includes Fordhook limas, hutterteans, and baby limas. 



1. 



LIMA BEANS - WINTEE - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 



Year 


Acreage 




Yield 


Prodiiction 


Average Price 


Total Value 




Planted For Haj. 


Per Acre 


Total 


■ Of Value 


Per 














riu» 


J- » 


nnn puH- . 


Pni-t- . 




1.000 Dollar: 


1950 


1, lUu 


750 


Jtir [ 


. lUOl 


1 








1 $ 319 


1951 


1, lUU 


7UO 


CC \ 




1 9n 

f 


2n 


7»0^ 1 


. 1 


1 197 


1952 


• 000 


OUU 


9Q ( 


' oil 

^ "IJ 


1 1 7 


•1- r 




u. oni 


1 212 




05 U 


■OUU 


99 / 




1 1"^ 

1 


1 T 






1 173 


195'^ 


550 


500 


2U 1 


75 


1 1 ? 






[4,26 


1 160 


1955 


650 


500 


27 1 




I 1^ 


li+ 


12.35 1 


^3.95! 


1 173 


1956 


700 


600 


30 1 


9^] 


\ 18 


16 


9.30 ( 


2.98 


1 1^9 


.1957 


500 


-uoo 


25 1 


: 78 


) . 10 


10 


13.00 1 


4.16 


1 130 


1958 


500 


350 


l'* 1 


; kk] 


1 5 


5 


11.90 1 


3.81 


1 60 


1959 


600 


500 


20 1 


I 62! 


1 10 


10 


11.50 ( 


.3.68] 


) 115 



LIMA BEANS - V/INTEE - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AHSAS - 1959 



Counties i 


Acreage 


• 
• 


Yield : 


Production 




acd Areas : 


Planted : For 


Harvest : 


Bushels : 


Total Harvested 


Lower East Coast Area 












Broward 


75 


50 


60 


3,000 


3,000 


Palm Beach (East) 


275 


225 


60 


13,500 


13,500 


Area Total 


350 


275 


60 


16,500 


16,500 


Hillstorough 


75 


50 


65 


3,250 


3,250 


Other Counties 


175 


175 


6U 


11,250 


11,250 


State Total 


600 


500 


62 


31,000 


31,000 



LIMA BEANS - SPRING - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



County 


1953 


195^ 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


Alachvia 


500 


475 


i^50 


300 


375 


275 


250 


Bradford 


200 


200 


200 


125 


175 


100 


50 


Broward 




50 


50 


.50 


25 


25 


35 


Hillsborough 


950 


950 


800 


650 


700 


700 


300 


Miir i on 


100 


50 


75 


75 


75 


75 


25 


Palm Beach 


350 


200 


.200. . 


200 


200 


100 


90 


Polk 






" ~50-. 


50 


■•- 75 


50 


75 


Union 


125 


125 


125."- 


loa 


100 


110 


75 


Other Counties 


i*75 


350 


i^50 


350 


275 


265 


300 


TOTAL 


2,700 


2,U00 


2,^+00 


1,900 


2,000 


1,700 


1,200 




LIMA BEANS - SPRING - ACREAGE, 


PRODUCTION 


AND VALUE 


- STATE SUMMARY 




Year 


Acreage ' 


Yield 


Production 


Average Price Total 


Value 


Planted For Sar. 


Per' Acre 


Total 


Of Value 


Per 







1950 

>1951 
1952 
1953 
195^ 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
^t959 



Counties 
and Areas 



3,350 
3,700 
2,800 
2,800 
2,it00 
2,500 
2,200 
2,200 
1,800 
1,500 



. 3,200 
3,700 
2,700 
2,700 

1,900 
2,000 
1,700 
1,200 



Cwt. 

30 
22 
29 
26 
29 
29 
2i* 
27 
28 
23 



Bu. 

;9i*) 

M 

91 
81 

.91 

:9i; 

84) 
88) 
173) 



1,000 Cwt, 



96 
81 
78 
70 
70 
70 
k6 
5^ 

28 



90 
81 
70 
70 
70 
61 
U6 
51 
^5 
28 



Cwt. 
) 8.10 
8.i*5 
9.^*0 
9.50 
8.90 
9.40 
11.30 
9.50 
10.10 
15. 00 




1,000 Dollars 
$729 
484 
658 
665 
623 
573 
-520 
. . : 4 84 
- 454 
.420 



LIMA BEAtjs - SPRING - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUEFTIES AND AREAS - 1959 



Acreage 



Yield 



Production 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Bushels 



Total 



Harvested 



North Florida Area 
Alachua 
Bradford 
Marion 
Union 



325 
75 
25 

100 



250 
50 
25 



50 
40 
50 
110 



12,500 
2,000 
1,250 
8,250 



12,500 
1: 2,000 
1,250 
8,250 



Area Total 


525 


400 


60 


24,000 




24,000 


Hillsborough-Manatee Area 














Hillsborough 


450 


300 


87 


26, 100 




26, 100 


Polk 


100 


75 


87 


6,525 




6,525 


Area Total 


550 


375 


87 


32,625 




32,625 


Everglades Area 














Palm Beach (V/est) 


50 


50 


120 


6,000 




6,000 


Lower East Coast Area 














Broward 


35 


35 


100 


3,500 




3,500 


Palm Beach (East) 


40 


40 


100 


4,000 




4,000 


Area Total 


75 


75 


100 


7.500 




7.500 


Other Counties 


300 


300 


60 


17,875 




17,875 


State Total 


1,500 


1,200 


73 


88,000 




88,000 





SNAP BEAWS 




- ACIffiS 


FOR HARVEST - 


BY COUNTIES 












I /J'*- J J 








19'58- '59 


Alachua 


1,400 


1,875 


1,900 


1,450 


1,575 


1,800 


1, 700 


Bradford 


175 


225 


265 


150 


200 


200 


125 


Broward 


12,500 


12,900 


12,000 


11,400 


10,000 


9,000 


8,400 


Dade 


5,550 


5,900 


7,800 


6,700 


6,725 


4,925 


6,875 


Gadsden 


400 


1,350 


600 


550 


700 


625 


700 


Hendry 


- 


- 


- 


750 


— 






Highlands 


350 


400 


850 




200 


150 


a/ 


Hillsborough 


r\ f* 

925 


B75 


925 


900 


odO 


735 




Lake 


250 


175 


100 


50 


250 


425 


75 


Levy 


75 


50 


25 


25 


50 


50 


50 


IJanatee 


475 


475 


525 


550 


340 


75 


50 


Marion 


1,200 


1, 200 


1,125 


600 


650 


750 


Ora If 

875 


Martin 


600 


600 


300 


200 








Orange 


600 


1,725 


750 


575 


825 


1,225 




palm Beach- .■ .' . 


36,500 


38, 200 


38,000 


36,100 


32,700 


31,750 


32, 125a/ 


Polk 


200 


200 


200 


150 


100 


100 


100 


Putnam 


75 


50 


50 


25 


25 


25 


25 


Seminole 


1,000 


1,000 


775 


450 


400 


365 


500 


Sumter 


475 


450 


700 


250 


265 


85 


150 


Union 


IOC 

175 


150 


lou 


225 








Other Counties 


375 


400 


450 


350 


360 


390 


415 


TOTAL 


63,300 


■ 68,200 


67,500 


62,300 


56,500 


53,100 


53,800 



_ Highlands included in Palm Beach 

•SNAP BEANS, ALL SEASONS - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION, UTILIZATION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMAEY 

( Showing utilization of the production of value - fresh majket and processing) 

SEASON ACREAGE ' YIELD • PRODUCTION AVERAGE PRICE TOTAL VALUE 

For Per Total Of Value Fresh Proc. 





Planted 


Harvest 


Acre 




Fresh 


Proc. 


Per 




Per 


($1,000) 








Cwt. 


Bu. 


1/ 1,000 Cwt. 




Cwt. 


Bu. 


Cwt. 




1949-^Or 


99,500 


77,600 


29 


; 97; 


r 2223.2 


1870 


276.6 


$8.30 


.2.49] 


4.91 


16,887 


1950-51 


94, 100 


74,300 


31 


103 


) 2267.4 


1631 , 


250.4 


9.63 


;2.89^ 


5.12 


16,993 


1951-52 


78, 900 


73,600 


30 


100 


) 2174.2 


1803 


247.2 


9.18 


2.751 


5.13 


17,823 


1952-53 


69,700 


63,300 


32 


107 


2017.6 


1535 


482.6 


10.68 


3.20 


7.32 


19,920 


1953-54 


74, 200 


68,200 


35 


117 


) 2385.8 


1794 


556.8 


8.62 


2.59 


5.73 


18,651 


1954-55 


73,000 


67,500 


37 


123 


2485.4 


2045 


362.4 


9.02 


2.71 


4.77 


20,172 


1955-56 


70,900 


62,300 
56,500 


35 


117* 


1 2200.4 


1789 


356i4 


8.99 


2.70 


5.47 


18,039 


1956-57 


66,600 


34 


113) 


1911.8 


1501 


410.8 


10.57 


3.17 


6.22 


I8,4l6 


1957-58 


68,400 


53,100 


31 


102 


I 1621.0 


1209 


347.0 


9.97 


2.99 


5.67 


14,017 
14,653 • 


1958-59 


57,900 


53,800 


32 


;io5; 


1700.0 


1330 


321.0 


9.56 


,2.87; 


6.02 



_l/ Conversion Factor 30 pounds per bushel or 3.333 bushels per cwt. 

SNAP BEANS - ALL SEASONS - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1958-59 

Counties • Acreage ; Yield : Production 

and Areas : Planted : For Harvest : Bushels : Total : Harvested 



West Florida Area 












Gadsden (Poles) 


800 


700 


150 


^105,000 


105,000 


North Florida Area 








Alachua 


1,900 


1,700 


101 


171,000 


171,000 


Bradford 


125 


125. • 


96 


12,000 


12,000 


Levy 


50 


50 


65 


.3,250 


3,250 


Marion 


925 


875 


97 


85, 250 


77,750 


Putnam 


25 


25 


75 


1,875 


1,875 


Ifoion 


225 


225 


108 


24,375 


24,375 



Area Total - 


3,250 


3,000 


99 


297,750 


290,250 


Central Florida Area 
,Lake 

"""Orange (Poles and Snaps) 

. Seminole 

-Sumter 


100 
960 
500 
150 


75 
835 
500 
150 


50 
166 
148 

90 


3,750 
138,925 
74,000 
13,500 


3,750 
135,675 
74,000 
13,500 


Area Total 


1,710 


1,560 


148 


230,175 


226,925 


Hillsborough-Manatee Area 
Hillsboro (Poles & Snaps) 
Manatee (Poles) 
Polk (Poles and Snaps) 


675 
50 
100 


575 
50 
100 


162 
225 
135 


93,375 
11,250 
13,500 


. 93,375 
11,250 
13,500 


Area Total 


825 


725 


163 


118,125 


118,125 


Everglades Area 












Highlands & Palm Beach (W) 


22, 100 


21,275 


91 


1,933,875 ■ 


7;' 1,867,500 



Continued 



Continued 

SNAP BEANS - ALL SEASONS - ACREAGE AND PEODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1958-59 



Counties 


: Acreage 


• 
• 


Yield 


! Production 


and Areas 


: Planted : For 


Harvest : 


Bushels 


: Total 


: Harvested 


Lower Sast Coast Area 

Broward 

Dade (Poles) 

Dpide (SnaDS) 
-Palm Beach (East) 


8,800 

1,700 
12,700 


8,400 

1,600 
10,850 


op 

99 
82 


672,500 

J., C&Jf ICJ 

158,500 
885,750 


6^3,125 

A , 1 o, ^J\J 

158,500 
861,000 


Area Total 


28,800 


26,125 


113 


2,9^+1,875 


2,840,875 


Other Counties 


415 


iH5 


97 


U0,200 


34,325 


State Total 


57,900 


53,800 


105 


5,667,000 


5,503,000 



SNAP BEANS - FALL - ACREAGE, PEODUCTION, UTILIZATION AND VALUE - STATE SUlfi.!AEy 



YEAR ACREAGE YIELD 

For Per 
Planted Harvest Acre 



PEODUCTION 
Total Of Value 

Fresh Proc. 



AVERAGE PRICE 
Fresh Proc. 
Per Per 



TOTAI, VALUE 
($1,000) 









Cwt. 


Bu. 


1, 


000 Cwt, 




Cwt. 


Bu. 


Cwt. 




1949 


29,500 


17,500 


28 


; 93; 


) '490.2 


434 


56.2 


$9.15 


;2.74] 


4.48 


$ 4,223 


1950 


26,800 


11,600 


21 


70^ 


) 244.0 


244 





13.35 


4.00 





3,257 


1951 


26,300 


23,300 


30 


100] 


706.8 


497 


85.8 


8.00 


2.40 


5.16 


4,419 


1952 


21,000 


17,400 


24 


80 


418.0 


370 


48.0 


12.00 


3.60^ 


7.84 


4,816 


1953 


25,300 


23,400 


33 


110 


I 772.2 


526 


211.2 


7.85 


2.36) 


5.84 


5,361 


1954 


23,700 


20, 600 


33 


llOl 


680.0 


548 


132.0 


9.50 


2.85 


4,84 


5,844 


1955 


24,500 


23,400 


37 


123 


866.6 


646 


189.6 


7.50 


2.25 


4.77 


5,749 


1956 


22,700 


19,600 


32 


107 


627.4 


493 


134.4 


9.70 


2.91 


5.20 


5,481 


1957 


23 , 200 


20,900 


33 < 


110 


689.8 


505 


184.8 


9.50 


'2.85' 


5.50 


5,814 


1958 


20,100 


19,300 


38 


.127, 


1 734,0 


510 


175.0 


7.30 


:2,i9; 


5.77 


4,733 



SNAP BEANS - FALL - 
( Includes 



ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 
Fresh and Processing) 



County 



1952 



1953 



195^ 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1958 



Alachua 
Bradford 
Broward 
Dade 
Gadsden 
Hendry- 
Highlands 
Hillsborough 
Lake 
Manatee 
Marion 
Orange 
Palm Beach 
Seminole 
SuxDter 
Union 

Other Counties 



100 

3,800 
100 
. 150 

50 
125 
125 
200 
350 
375 
11,200 

525 
75 
100 

125 



175 

3,500 
300 
850 

100 
100 
50 
200 
450 
950 
15,900 
650 
JO 

50 

75 



200 
40 
2,700 
900 
400 

: 300 
125 

225 
300 

. 400 
14,000 
- 500 . 

^b" 

-60- 
250 



350 
50 
3,100 

1,300 

400 
150 
250 
200 

400 

300 
450 
15,800 
250 
150 
100 

150 



250 

100 
3,100 
1,200 

600 

200 
300 
75 
300 
200 
375 
12,300 
250 
115 
150 
85 



500 
100 
2,600 
. 1,325 
575 

150 
,135 
a/ 23 5 
~ 75 
250 
925 
13,650 
140 

lOU 
140 



600 

75 
2,000 
1,^*75 

500 

i/ 
175 

50 
300 
325 
13,125 
350 
50 
75 
200 



TOTAL 17,400 23 


,400 


20,600 


23,400 


19,600 


20,900 


19>300 


a/ Sumter included in Lake acreage. 




Highlands 


included in 


Palm Beach acreage. 




SNAP BEANS - FALL - ACREAGE AND PEODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS 


- 1958 




Counties ; Acreage 


• 


Yield 


: Production 


and- Areas . : Planted 


: For 


Harvest : 


Bushels 


: Total 


• 


Harvested 


West Florida Area ..- i'l'. : 

Gadsden _ ^ . ' ."' ' 6OO 




500 


150 


75,000 




75,000 


North Florida Area 
Alachua 6OO 
Bradford 75 
Marion 300 
Union ' ' ' - 75 




600 
75 
300 

75 


120 
120 
150 
125 


72,000 
9,000 

45,000 
9,375 




72,000 
9,000 

37,500 
9,375 


Area Total 1,050 




1,050 


129 


135,375 




127,875 


Central Florida Area 
Orange (Poles and Snaps) 325 
Seminole 35O 

_ S\imter 50 - 




325 
350 
50 


145 
175 

100 


47, 125 
61,250 
5,000 




43,875 
61,250 
5,000 


Area Total 725 




725 


156 


113,375 




- 110,125 



Continued 



Continued 



Counties 
and Areas 



SNAP BEGINS - FALL - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1958 



Acrea^-e 



Yield 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Bushols 



Production 



Total 



Harvested 



Hillsborough-Manatee Area 
Hillsborough (Poles) 
Manatee (Poles) 



175 

50 



175 

50 



225 
225 



39,375 
11,250 



39,375 
11,250 



Are", Total 



225 



225 



225 



50,625 



50,625 



Everglades Area 
Highlands & Palm Beach (Vj) 9,600 



9,275 



105 



973,875 



927,500 



Lower East Coast Area 
Broward 
Dade (Poles) 
Dade (.Snaps) 
Palm Beach (East) 



2,100 
l,'+00 
100 
U,100 
7,700 



2,000 
1,375 
100 
3,850 



135 

255 
100 
115 



270,000 
350,625 
10,000 
442,750 

1,073,375 



240,625 
303,750 
10,000 
418,000 



Area Total 



7,325 



147 



25,375 
2,447,000" 



972,375 



Other Coxinties 



200 
20, 100 



200 



127 



19,500 



StaCQ Total 



19s300 



127 



2,283,000 



SNAP BEANS - WINTER - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 
(includes Fresh and Processing) 



County 


1953 


1954 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


Broward 


6,200 


9,000 


8,700 


7,700 


6,100 


3,800 


5,900 


Tade 


3,800 


4,200 


4,900 


3,500 


4, 200 


1,200 


3,900 


Hendry 








600 








Uartin 


300 


300 












Palci Beach 


15,300 


13,100 


12,000 


10,600 


9,700 


4,500 


9,200 


Other Counties 


100 


200 


200 










TO-TAX 


27,700 


26., 800 


25,800 


22,400 


20,000 


9,500 


19,000 



SNAP BEANS, - WINTER - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION, UTILIZATION AND VALUE - STATESUMARY 



YEAR 



Planted 



ACREAGE 

For 

Harvest 



YIELD 

Per 
Acre 



PRODUCTION 
Total Of Value 



AVERAGE PRICE 
Fresh Pxoc. 





Fresh 


Proc. 


Per 




Per 


1,000 Cwt. 




Cwt. 


Bu. 


• Cwt. 


998.0 


913 


85.4 


$8.65 1 


f 2.60) 


1 5.84 


1003.4 


823 


85.4 


9.65 1 


[2.90 


I 5.66 


864. 


818 


46.0 


9.50 I 


[2.85 


1 5.84 


944.2 


758 


186.2 


10.85 1 


3.26 


1 7.84 


965.2 


850 


115.2 


9.15 1 


2.74] 


• 5.67 


1005.8 


922 


46.8 


9.15 ( 


2c 74 


1 5.00 


739.4 


713 


26.4 


9.80 1 


2.94] 


1 5.80: 


6^9.6 


620 


39.6 


11.30 ( 


3.39 


1 8.43 


114.0 


114 





18.60 ( 


:5.58 


1 


532.0 


518 


14.0 


10.90 ( 


:3.27j 


1 5.50 



TOTAL VALUE 
($1,000) 



1950 


40,500 


35,600 


28 


1951 


39,500 


35,800 


28 


1952 


33,000 

•'29,000 


32,000 


27 


1953 


27,700 


34 


1954 


27,500 


26,800 


36 


1955 


27.300 


25,800 


39 


19.56 


. 26,100 


22,400 


33 


1957 


24,400 


20,000 


33 


1956 ■ 


22,000 


9,500 


12 


1959 


20,200 


19,000 


28 



Cwt. Bu» 



( 



93) 
93) 
90) 
113) 
120) 
130) 
no) 

110) 
( 40) 

( 93) 



$ 8,396 
' 8,426 
8,039 
9,683 
8,431 
8,670 
7,140 
7,340 
2,120 

5,723 



Counties 
and Areas 



SNAP BEANS - WINTER - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1959 



Acreage 



Yield 



il anted 



For Harvest 



Bushels 



Production 



Total 



Harvested 



Everglades Area 
Palm Beach (West) 



2,700 



2,700 



80 



216,000 



216,000 



Lower East Coiast Ar ea 
Broward 
Dade (Poles^ 
Dade ( Snaps) 
Palm Beach (East) 



6,100 
3,100 
900 
7,400 

17,500 



5,900 
3,000 
900 
■ 6,500 
16,300 



62 
230 

65 



367,500 
690,000 
76,500 
423,000 



367,500 
690,000 
76,500 
423,000 



Area Total 



1,557,000 



1,557,000 



State Total 



20,200 



19,000 



93 



1,773,000 



1,773,000 



5 



SNAP BEANS - SPRING - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



(includes Fresh and Frocessine) 











1954 , 1955 












Alacnua - 




1,300 


1j700 1,700 


1, 100 


1,325 




1,300 


4 4 

1, 100 


Braaiord 




175 




200 225 


100 


4 nn 
100 




100 


50 


Broward 








400 600 


Ann 


ftnn 




Cf ouu 


cnn 


Dade. 




1, o^u 




1,400 2,ooa 


1 onn 
1, VUU 


i-tJCD 




5 Jinn 


1 enn 


Gadsden 








500 200- 


1D\J 


inn 








Highiandi 








300 450 


HUU 






9nn 


=./ 
^/ 


Hillsborough 


puu 




775 800 


700 






Xnn 
OOO 


*KJU 


Lake . 




125 




125 100 


50 


150 




200 


75 


Levy 




ID 




50 25 


on 
25 


cn 




cn 
50 


cn 


Mana*ee 




. 275 




275 300 


150 


lin 
*KJ 








Marion 








750 825 ■ 


5UU 


ii.en 




500 


575 


Martin 




'inn 




3G.( 


5 300 


cUU 










Orange 




CCD 




775 350 


125 






300 


ei n 


Palm Beach 


ip,U0U' 


9,200 12,000 


7,700 


10, 700 


13,400 


Q finn 
7,t30U 


Polk r ■ 




onh - 




200 200 


1 cn 

150 


1 nn 




100 


1 nn 


Putnam 




f J 




50 50 








25 


cj . 


Seminole' 




i^75 




350 . . 275 


200 


150 




225 


150 


Sumter 




1*00 




400 500 


100 


150 




75 


100 


Union 




75 




100 100 


125 


125 




125 


150 


Other Counties 


150 




150 100 


200 


300 




250 


215 


TOTM, 


18,200 


18,000 21,100 


16,500 


16,900 


22,700 


15,500 


a/ ' Highlands included in Palm Beach acreage. - 














SNAP BEANS - SPRING 


- ACREAGE 


, PRODUCTION, UTILIZATION 


AND VALUE - STATE SUltMARY 


YEAR 


ACREAGE 


YIELD 


PRODUCTION 




AVERAGE PRICE 


TOTAL VALUE 






For 


Per 


Total - Of Value . 


Fresh Proc. 


($1,000) 




Flan'tied 


Harvest 


Acre 


Fresh 


Prbc. 


■ Per 




Per 








Cwt. 


Bu. 


1,000 Cwt 




Cwt. 


Bu. 


Cwt. 




1950- 


^9,500 


24,500 


30 


;ioo' 


1 735.0 523 


135.0 


$7.00 ( 


>2.10l 


4.50 


4, 268 


1951 


27,800 


26,900 


38 


127 


1020.0 564 


165.0 


8.00 < 


2.40' 


4.84 


5,310 


1952 


19,600 


18,300 


33 


110 


603.4 488 


115.4 


9.85 


2.96 


4.84 


5,365 


19-53 


19,700 


18, 200 


-36 


120 


655.4 407 


248.4 


9.15 < 


2.74 


) 6.83 


5,421 


195^* 


21,^+00 


18,000 


36 


120 


648.4 418 


230^4 


8.50 ( 


2.55 


5.67 


4,859 


1955 


22,000 


21,100 


38 


127' 


799.6 575 


183.6 


8.35 ( 


2.501 


4.67 


5,658 


1956 


20,300 


16,500 


36 


120 


594.4 430 


140.4 


9.90 


2.97 


6,36 


5,150 


1957 


19,500 


16,900 


3? 


123 


624.8 388 


236.8 


10.50 




6.42 




1958 


23,200 


22,700 


36 ( 


120 


i 817.0 590 


162.0 


8.70 ' 


2.61, 


5.86 


6,083 


195^ 


17,600 


15,500 


28 


[ 93; 


1 434.0 302 


132.0 


11.10 


:3.33' 


6.40 


4,197 



.SNAP BEAMS - SPRING - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1959 



Counties ; 


- ' •■ Acreage 


• 
• 


Yield : 


Production 


and Areas : 


Planted : For 


Harves t : 


Bushels : 


Total 


I Harvested 


West Florida Area 












Gadsden 


200 


200 


150 


30,000 


30,000 


North Florida Area , . 












Alachiia " 


1,300 


1,100 


90 


.99,000 


99,000 


"Bradford 


50 


50 


60 


. 3,000 


3,000 


• Levy- 


50 


50 


65 


3,250 


3,250 


Marion 


625 


575 


70 


40,250 


. 40,250 


-Putnam 


25 - 


25 


75 


1,875 


1,875 


Union 


150 


150 


100 


15,000 


15,000 


Area Total 


2,200 


1,950 


83 


162,375 


162,375 


Central Florida Area 












Lake 


100 


75 


50 


3,750 


3,750 


Oraage- (Poles & Snaps)'-., .-x-- 


635 


510 


180 


91,800 


91,800 _ 


Ssniinole: - 


150 


150 


85 


12,750 


12,750 


Stunter 


- 100 


100 


85 


8,500 


8,500 


Area Total 


985 


835 


140 


116,800 


116,800 


Hillsborough-Manatee Area 












Hillshoro (Poles & Snaps) 


500 


400 


135 


54,000 


54,000 


Polk 


100 


100 


135 


13,500 


13,500 


Area Total 


600 


500 


135 


67.500 


67.500 


Everglades Area 












Highlands & Palm Beach (W) 


9,800 


9,300 


80 


744,000 


744,000 



Continued 



Continued 



SNAP BEANS - 


SPBING - 


ACBEAGE AND PEODUCTION BY 


COUNTIES AND ABEAS - 


1959 


Counties I 


Acreane t 


Yield 


: Production 


and Areas ; 


Planted 


I For Harvest : 


Bushels 


: Total 


Harvested 


Lower East Coast Area 












Broward 


600 


500 


70 


35,000 


35,000 


Dade (Poles) 


1, 100 


900 


205 


I8i*,500 


l8i*-,500 


Dado (bnaps) 


700 


600 


120 


72,000 


72,000 


Psalm "Rtio^Vi ( TTo c 4- 1 


1,200 


500 


40 


20,000 


20,000 


Area Total 


3.600 


2,500 


125 


311.500 


311,500 


Other Counties 


215 


215 


69 


li*,825 


1^,825 


State Total 


17,600 


15,500 


93 


l,i^47,000 


l,iti*7,000 



SNAP AND LIMA BEANS-COUNTY SHIPMENTS- STRAIGHT CAELOTS-RAIL- SEASON 1958-1959 







(Approximate. Loading - 


665 hamp 


ej»s per 


car) 


1958-59 


1957-58 


County . 


Oct: 


Nov; 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feh: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: Total: 


Total: 


:"~A? achua 


5 












1 


18 


24 


39 


Broward 


2 


50 


^9 


10 


50 


28 






189 


215 


Dade 




25 


6 


12 


12 


20 


k 


k 


83 


82 


Marion 


1 


9 










2 


2 


14 


24 


Palm Beach 


12 


212 


97 


1*8 


20 


80 


87 


41 


597 


658 


Seminole 




1 














1 ■ 


3 


Sumter 




1 














1 ■" 


2 


TOTAL 


20 


298 


152 


70 


82 


128 


9h 


65 


909 


1023 


SNAP BEANS-COUI^TY SHIPMENTS- CAPLOT EQUIVALENTS IN MIXED CAES (EAIL) 


SEASON 1958-1959 






(Approximate 


Loading, - 


665 hamp' 


ers per 


car) 






Alachua 


5 


1 








9 


15 


10 


Broward 




7^4. . 


89 - 


67 , 


eh 


k& . 


17 


. 3 : 


364 


295 


Dade 






1 




1 


1 


2 




V 9 . 


9 


Lake 




1 














1 


c ■ 


Hillsborough 




1 














1 


■ ■ ■ 2 


Marion 


2 












2 


2 


6 


7 


Palm Beach 




33 


10 


13 - 


7 


Ih 


14 


14 


- 105 


r 63 


Seminole 




1 


1 










2 


4 


1 


TOTAL 


9 


115 


101 


80 


72 


63 


35 


30 


505 


387 



SNAP BEANS-COUNTY SHIPMENTS-CAPLOT EQUIVALENTS BY TRUCK- SEASON 1958-1959 







(Out- 


of-State Movement) i 


(620 hamp 


ers per 


car) 




36 




Alachua 


7 


2 








26 


1 


59 


Bradford 
















2 




2 


8 


Broward 


15 


263 


360 


319 


336 


431 


183 


50 




1957 


1748 


Collier 


1 




4 


1 


1 


5 


4 


2 




18 


17 


Dade 


1 


- - ^ 95 


- 99-:;- 


82 


100 


174 - 


82 - 


72 




705 r 


5^9 


Duval 


1 


8 


11 


11 


10 


16 


20 


15 




94 


83 


Gadsden 


1 
















1 




Glades 














3 






3 




Hardee 


2 


15 


1 








15 


11 




44 


48 


Hillshorough 


11 


73 


27 


16 


14 




58 


78 


4 


300 


378 


Highlands 






1 












1 




Lake 




1 












1 




2 


3 


Lee' 


1 


10 


; 5 ..: 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 




26 


29 


Marion 


19 


18 






1 


2 


18 


20 




78 


84 


Martin 




1 










1 






2 


2 


Orange 


1 


2 










1 


7 


1 


12 


£0 


Palm Beach 


35 


432 


210 


109 


119 


274 


372 


221 




1772 


1580 


Polk 




1 


1 






1 






3 


7 


Putnam 














1 






1 


2 


Seminole 


4 


52 


13 


11 


13 


17 


20 


24 




15^^ 


171 


Humter 


2 


4 










2 


9 




17 


11 


Union 


5 


h 












8 


1 


18 


19 


Unknown 


13 


91 


72 


8 


4 


13 


3 


4 




208 


39 


TOTAL 


119 


1072 


804 


559 


600 


95** 


785 


552 


9 


5454 


4857 



7 



LIMA BEAUS-COUMTY SHIFMEIITS-CAHLOT EQUIVALMTS BY TEUCK-SEASON 1958-1959 



County 



( Out-of-state Movement) (620 hampers per car) 
Oct; Hov; Dec; Jan: Fe"b; Mar; Apr; 



May: 



Jun; 



1958-59 
Total; 



1957-58 
Total: 



Alachua 
Bradford 
Broward ',. 
Dade ' • -'y}: 
Duval 

Hillsboroueh 
Marion , !; ■ 
Palm BeEt'cii 
Polk ";;r;r V 
Seminoie - ' 
Union 
Unknown 



,2 

■■■■ ■ t ■ 



3 
2 



2 
1 



3 
1 



5 
2 
1 

5 

k 
1 



1 
1 
2 
27 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 



2 
9 
2 



2 
1 
16 

5 
6 

U6 
3 

11 
1 
2 
3 
5 



k 
7 

12 

14 

90 

7 
1 

Ik 

6 



.TOTM. 


2 


9 


7 


k 


3 


5 


18 


39 


16 


103 


167 




• CAELOT 


SHIPMENTS OF 


SNAP AND LIMA 


BEANS 


BY BAIL 


OE BOAT 








Season 


Av.Load(Eu.Epre. ) 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan; 


Feh: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun; 


Total: 


19*^9-50 


625 


31 


313 


211 


270 


275 


656 


5^1 


228 


25 


2,550 


1950-51 


625 




108 


1^ 


150 


286 


375 


503 


23 k 


7 


1,803 


1951-52 


625 


5 


lli+ 


7^1 


k55 


155 


231 


331 


289 


10 


2,331 


1952-53 


625 


, 5 


20k 


180 


93 


Zk6 


336 


U08 


71 




1,5^*3 


1953 -5^^ 


625 


15 


kl6 


509 


283 


229 


231 


306 


82 


k 


2,075 


195^-55 


625 


3k 


306 


293 


187 


328 


k3k 


533 


17^+ 


3 


2,292 


1955-56 


625 


kz 


510 


312 


6k 


135 


565 


377 


12k 




2,lk9 


1956-57 


625: 


28 


367 


191 


152 


89 


225 


279 


IkJ 


1 


1,475 


1957-58 


655 


19 


259 


203 


5 


1 


17 


365 


153 


1 


1,023 


1958-59 


665 


20 


298 


152 


70 


82 


128 


9k 


65 




909 



SHIF]\1£NTS OF SNAP AND LIMA BEANS IN MIXED CAES-CABLOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


625 


7 


29 


109 


164 


159 


247 


149 


70 


16 


950 


1950-51 


625 




18 


66 


80 


113 


214 


120 


37 


1 


649 


1951-52 .:: . 


625 


2 


16 


126 


181 


143 


129 


100 


57 


3 


757 


1952-53 


625 ^ 


-7;. 9 


38 


89 


65 


116 


148 


124 


25 




634 


1953-54 


625 


4 


29 


101 


150 


161 


174 


: 109 


30 


3 


761 


1954-55 


625 


6 


52 


113 


142 


153 


197 


128 


50 




841 


1955-56 


625 ■ 


11 


122 


176 


105 


85 


170 


120 


37 




826 


1956-57 


625- 


7 


63 


132 


122 


91 


122 


104 


33 


1 


675 


1957-58 


655 


9 


96 


87 


2 


1 


~ 13 


131 


48 




387 


1958-59 


665 


9 


115 


101 


80 


72 


63 


35 


30 




505 



*' Includes Baby Limas and Butterbeans. 



SHIPMENTS OF SNAP BEANS BY TEUCK IN CAELOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949- 50 

1950- 51 

1951- 52 

1952- 53 

1953- 54 

1954- 55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 

1957- 58 

1958- 59 



600 


92 


782 


669 


833 


977 


1483 


1263 


588 


15 


6,702 


620 


7 


382 


482 


783 


1055 


1356 


1507 


593 


12 


6,177 


620 


30 


423 


1028 


1148 


830 


966 


1077 


689 


12 


6,203 


620 


45 


663 


634 


681 


1049 


1385 


1550 


367 


3 


6,377 


620 


26 


851 


867 


978 


1186 


1340 


1330 


500 


10 


7,088 


620 


143 


1195 


833 


814 


979 


1663 


1687 


645 


10 


7,969 


620 


124 


1403 


961 


549 


571 


1373 


1170 


581 


20 


6,752 


620 


S' 138 


892 


687 


697 


739 


970 


1062 


698 


8 


5,891 


620 


' 141 


1215 


625 


203 


52 


222 


1476 


882 


41 


4,857 


620 


119 


1072 


804 


559 


600 


954 


785 


552 


9 


5,454 



8 



• SHIPMENTS OF LIMA BEAHS PY TEUCK IN CAfiLOT EQUIVALENTS 



Avg. Load 



Season 


(Bu.Hprs. ) 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec; 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Total; 


1949-50 


500 


_ 


... 1 . 


12 


59 


32 


44 


88 


187 


108 


9 


540 


1950-51 


620 






. ' ■■ 5 


8 


12 


47 


56 


173 


85 


- 


386 


1951-52 


620 — 






"11 


- ^5 


16 


11 


25 


139 


45 


- 


272 


1952-53 


620 


1 


4 


7 


9 


7 


21 


44 


142 


8 


- 


243 


1953-54 


620 


_ 


1 


4 


10 


10 


8 


35 


147 


32 


- 


247 


1954-55 


620 


1 


3 


5 


8'. 


7 


14 


15 


134 


29 


- 


216 


1953-56 


620 




8 


15 


9 


4 


7 


24 


80 


37 


1 


165 


1956-57 


620 




8 


6 


6 


5 


6 


3? 


96 


28 




192 


1957-58 


620 




8 


6 


2 






3 


63 


84 


1 


167 


1958-59 


620 


2 


9 


7 


4 


3 


5 


18 


39 


16 




, 103 



Includes Baby Limas and Butterbeans. 







LIlvIA 


beans; 


MONTHLY 


PRICES - 


FRESH I,IAEKET 
















Dollars 


per C\vt. 










See 3on 


Year 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


J\in: 


Avg: 


1954-55 


11.70 


13.80 


13.60 


10.80 


13.30 


11.90 


14,10 


8.40 


10«90 


9.95 


1955-56 




11.40 


6.60 


8c30 


12.80 


12.20 


llc20 


11.20 


11.60 


10.79 


1956-57 




9.70 


14.10 


'-2o80 


14.70 


15.10 


12.00 


9.00 


8.00 


10.07 


1957-58 




11.00 


12.10 


14.60 






14. 80 . 


12.00 


8.50 


10.28 


1958-59 


• 9.50 


9.50 


7.50 


14.80 


16.60 


15.90 


14.30 


16.30 


12.70 


14.08 







LIMA 


beans: 


SHIPMEHTS 


BY MONTHS 


IN PERCENT 








Year 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr; 


May: 


Jun: 


Total: 


1954-55 


.8 


2.1 


3.7 


4. 1, 


30 


7.4 


3.7 


58.0 


11.9 


lOOcO 


1955-56 




3.4 


10.1 


5.7 


2.1 


4.6 


14.8 


40.8 


18.5 


100.0 


1956-57 


.5 


3.9 


3.4 


3.0 i 


2.5 l^.i 


3 'J... 


19^.-2 


49.3 


....15.^:-. 


100 oO 


1957-58 




. 5.0 


3.8 


1.2 






i;8. - 


37.8 


50.4 


100.0 


1958-59 


1.8 


7.9 


6.1 


3.4 


2.6 


C5 


18.4 


39.1 


16.2 


100.0 



SNAP beans: MONTHLY PRICES - FRESH MARKET 



Tear 






Dollars per Cwtc. 










Season 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jart: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


A7g: 


1954- 55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 - 

1957- 58 

1958- 59 


12.50 
9.20 

.5.30 

■ 8.50 

8.20 


9.30 

7-30 
8.60 
9.00 
6.70 


9.30 
7.60 
11.40 
10.50 
8.10 


12.20 
12.50 
11.00 
18.20 
12.00 


8.80 

12.20 

11.60 

24.20 

11.20 


7.85 
8.00 
11.30 
17.70 
10.00 


7. 80 
10.00 
10.80 

8.60 
11.50 


9.70 
9.50 

10.00 
8.90 

10.70 


6,70 
11.70 
9.00 
6.90 
8.00 


9.02 
8,99 
10.57 
9.97 
9.56 



3N^^ BEANS: SHIFME1^ITS BY MONTHS IN PERCENT 



Year 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan.: 


Feb: 


Mar :'. 


Apr: 


■May: 


j-un: 


Totci: 


195i+-55 


1.6 


14.0 


11.2 


10.3 


13.2 


20.7 ' 


21. 1 


7.8 


0.1 


lOOoO 


1955-56 


- 1.8 


20.9 


14.9 


7.6 


8.1 


21.8 


17. 1 


7. 6 


0.2 


100.0 


1956-57 


2.2 


16.4 


12.6 


12.1 


11.4: 


16.4 


17.9 


I'0. 9 


0.1 


100.0 


1957-58 


2.7 


25.0 


14.6 


3.3 


.9, 


4.0 


3l^5 


17.3 


0.7 


100.0 


1956-59 


2.2 


21.6 


15.4 


10,3 


11.0 


16.7 


13". 3' 


9.4 


0=1 


100.0 




9 



CABBAGE - ACRES FOE HABVEST - BY COUNTIES 



County 


1952-53 


1953-5** 


l95'+-55 


1955-56 


1956-57 


1957-58 


1958-59 


Alachua 


75 


50 


50 


100 


25 


25 


25 


Bradford 


50 


50 


50 


50 


- 


25 


50 


B reward 


150 


75 


50 


50 


- 




- 


Clay 


300 


300 


200 


400 


300 


400 


450 


Columbia 


25 


25 


25 






_ 


- 


Dade 


^♦50 


kOO 


^00 


550 


225 


400 


600 


Duval 


100 


100 


100 


200 


150 


200 


250 


Escambia 


50 


25 


25 






- 


100 


Flagler 


1,350 


1,^00 


1,'K)0 


1,600 


1,500 


1,600 


1,850 


Gadsden 


100 


50 


50 


- 


- 


100 


- 


Glades 


1,200 


350 


300 


i*00 


300 


- 


a/ 


Hamilton 


50 


25 


25 


- 


- 


- 




Hardee 


50 


50 


25 


25 


75 


75 


75 


Hillsborough 


^^50 


250 


175 


225 


250 


225 


250 


Lake 


50 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


Lee 


350 


100 


50 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Levy 


25 


25 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Manatee 


550 


300 


100 


100 


75 


75 


100 


Marion 


150 


125 


: 125 


75 


35 


50 


30 


Martin • ■■ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


125 


a/ 


Orange 


^+00 : 


6od 


300 


150 


100 


125 




Palm Beach 


5,600 


3,900 


3,700 


^,600 


3,600 


4, 100 


a/5, 200 


Polk 


100 


75 


25 


25 


25 


25 


30 


Putnam • 


1,550 


1,650 


1,700 


1,800 


1,550 


1,600 


1,950 


St. Johns 


3,100 


3,250 


3,200 


3,800 


3,200 


3,000 


3,700 


Sarasota 


50 


25 


25 


25 


25 


100 


75 


Seminole 


2,750 


2,000 


1,850 


2,150 


1,950 


2,400 


2,075 


Sumter 


50 


25 


50 


50 


40 


50 


50 


Sxjwannee 


50 


50 


25 


- 




- 


- 


Union 


200 


150 


100 


25 


15 


25 


15 


Volusia 


225 


IOC 


tc 

rj 




fj 


inn 


19*; 


Other Counties 


300 


■ 125 


150 


200 


360 


650 


350 


TOTAL 


19,900 


15,700 




16,700 


13,900 


15,500 


17,500 



a/ Includes Glades and Martin 



CABBAGE - ACEEAGE, PRODUCTION, UTILIZATION AND VALUE - STATE SimiABY 



SEASON 


ACEEAGE 


YIELD 




PRODUCTION 




AVERAGE 


PRICE 






For 


Per 




Total 


Of Value 








Planted 


Harvest 


Acre 






Fresh 


Kraut 


Fresh 


Kraut 








Cwt. 


1/ 




1,000 Cwt. 


Per 


Cwt, 


1949-50 


18,000 


17,700 


210 




3,717 


2,572 




$ 1.50 




1950-51 


19,700 


19,000 


220 




4,180 


3,166 




3.40 




1951-52 


16,100 


15,600 


218 ■ 




3,401 


3,127 




3.05 




1952-53 


20,500 


19,900 


196 




3,900 


2,586 


58 


1.50 


.50 


1953-54 


16,000 


15,700 


186 




2,919 


2,276 


92 


1.50 


.50 


1954-55 


14,600 


14,400 


206 




2,966 


2,814 




2.60 




1955-56 


17,700 


16,700 


200 




3,340 


3,032 


40 


1.90 


1.22 


1956-57 


16,300 


13,900 


160 




2,224 


2,224 




2.60 




1957-58 


17,800 


15,500 


130 




2,015 


2,015 




3.10 




1958-59 


19,300 


17,500 


155 




2,712 


2,439 




2.30 




l/ Conversion Factor one cwt. 


eq^uals 


two 


50 lb. 


bags or 


crates. 







TOT.AL VALUE 



1,000 Dollars 

3,858 
10,764 

9,537 
3,908 
3,460 
7,316 
5,810 
5,782 
6,246 
5,610 



CABBAGE - 


ACREAGE AND PEODLCTION BY 


COUNTIES 


AND 


AEEAS - 1958-59 


Counties ; 


Acreage : 


Yield 


• 

• 


Production 


and Areas : 


Planted : For Harvest : 


Crates 


• 
• 


Total ; Harvested 


Vl/est Florida Area 










Escambia 


100 100 


395 




39,500 39,500 



Continued 



10 



Continued 



CABBAGE - ACREAGE AND PHODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND ABEIiS - 1958-59 



Counties 
£ind Areas 



Yield 



Production 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Crates 



Total 



Harvested 



North Florida Area 

Alachua 
Bradford 
Marion 
.I'nion 



25 
50 
60 
25 



25 
50 
30 
15 



275 

275 

320^ 

130 



6,875 
13,750 
9,600 
1.950 



6,875 
13,750 
9,600 
1,950 



Area Total 



l60 



120 



268 



32,175 



32,175 



Hastings Area 

Clay 
Duval 
Flagler 
Putnam 
St. Johns 



U50 
250 
2,000 
2, 100 
^+,000 



^50 
250 
1,850 
U950' 
3,700 



260 

260 
325 
325 
300 



117,000 
65,000 
601,250 
633,750 
1,110,000 

2,527,000 



•112,500 
62,500 
5^+0,000 
570,000 
962,50 
2,2i^7,500 



Area Total 



8,800 



8,200 



308 



Central Florida Area 
Lake 
Orange 
Seminole 
Sumter 
Volusia 



25 
150 
2,150 

50 
125 



25 
125 
2,075 
50 
125 



275 
275 
350 

'275 
250 



6,875 
3^,375 
726,250 
13,750 
31,250 



6,875 
3'*,375 
705,500 
13,750 
31,250 



Area Total 



2,500 



2,i*00 



339 



812,500 



791,750 



Hillsboroufeh-llanatee Area 
Hardee 

Hillsboro-Plant City 

Manatee 

Polk 

Sarasota 



75 
275 
100 

50 
100 



75 
250 
100 
30 
75 



300 
325 
300 
350 
300 



22,500 
81,250 
30,000 
10,500 
22,500 



22,500 
67,500 
30,000 
10,500 
19,500 



Area Total 



600 



530 



315 



166, 750 



150,000 



Everglades Area 
Glades, Palm Beach, Martin 6,050 5,200 



290 



1,509,500 



1,302,000 



South Florida Area 

Dfide -. 



675 



600 



380 



226,000 



209,875 



Other Counties 



415 



350 



310 



108,575 



105,200 



State Total 



19,300 



17,500 



310 



5,424,000 



4,878,000 



CABBAGE - COUNTY SHIPIvlENTS - STBAIGHT CABS -. .BY BAIL SE^SQW 1958-1959 







(Approximate Loading? 


525 


- 50lr packages) 




1958-59 


1957-58 


County 


Dec: 


JanJ 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Total: 


Total: 


Broward 
















3 


Clay 
















25 


Collier 
















19 


Dade - - 






9 


20 


10 




39 


49 


Flakier 




,1 


1 


3. : 






5 




Gadsden_ 


.1 . 












• ■ 1 


1::' 


Hendry, ? ■ 


14 


; 68 


" 16 


34^ 


12 




144 


144 


Highlands 














1 


Hillsbproueh 




6 




J- 






'.^ 


17 


LaJte 










/At 






10 ; 


Lee 
















..::..10^. , 


IJanateft. : 






1 












IJarion , 
















3 


IJartin. ■ 




3 


6 


5 


3 






25 


Orange^ 










.J. 






1 


Palm Beach 


62 


136 


120 


134 


227 


7 


■'686 


420 


Putnam 


2 


6 


19 


7 


5 




39 


21 


St< Johns 


9 


36 


109 


117 


134 


3 


408 


228 


Sarasota 










33 


3 


36 


23 


Sumter 






1 






1 




Seminole 


5 


16 


31 


80 


115 


18 


265 


336 


TOT/iL 


95 


272 


313 


400 


539 


31 


1650 


1336 



11 



CABBAGE- COUNTY SHIPMENTS -CAHLOT EQUIVALENTS IN MIXED CABS-SEASON 1958-1959 







(Conversion Factor: 




" - 5C# packages) 




1950-59 


1957-50 


County 


■ Dec ; 


Jan: 


Fsh: 


Mar: 




Apr: 




May: 


Jun: 


lotai • 


j.otax« 


Browaxd 


^ . . 












— 










1 


Dade 










2 




1 








3 


6 


Hendry 




k 


3 
















7 




Orange 














2 




1 




3 


3 


Balm Beach 


35 




U3 




52 




U3 




4 




231 


121 


Seiainole 


2 


8 


11 




li^ 




24 




21 


1 


81 


1. 


TOTAL 


37 


66 


57 




68 




70 




26 


1 


325 


137 


CABBAGE-COUNTY SHIFMENTS-CAELOT EQUIVALENTS BY TBUCK-SEASON 


1958-1959 




' - ■ '. 




(Conversion Factor: 


500 - 50# packages) 




1958-59 


1957-58 


Couiaty 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 




Mar: 




Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Total: 


Total: 


Alach\ia 




















1 


1 


3 


Bradford 






1 












1 




2 


1 


Broward 




12 


^^9 


- 50 




60 




29 


8 




208 


152 


Clay . . ; 






2 










4 






6 


39 


Collier 






2 


■ 1 




2 




3 






9 


18 


Dade ■ 




15 


33 






40 




13 






146 


176 


Duval 




l^^ 


. 25- 


: : 29 




33 




35 


17 


3 


157 . 


■ r:.:22Z::. 


Flagler'" • 




22 


99 


88 




100 




100 






"411 


291 


Glades - — ■ -- 


— , 




















1 


- 


Hardee 








■ :;- 1 








2 






4 


7 


Hendry 




1 


1 






2 




2 






' 8 


- 


Hillsbdrough 


2 


in 


75 


51 




39 




18 






233 


268 


Lake 








1 








2 






4 


2 


Lee I 








1 




1 










2 


- i0;;r 


Manatee -i 


1 ^ 




12 - 


■ - 




15 




17 


;^ 3 




. _ 61 


32" 


Marlon : 












5 




1 






10 


^ 12 


Martin 






h 


3 




1 




1 






.r9-^ 


7 


Orange 




■■ ■ . ^ 


2 


7 




18_ 




.10 


• 1 




-40 


84 


Palm Beach 


3 


96 


368 


253 




382 




216 


35 


1 


1354 


820 


Polk 




1 


5 


: 2 




3 




1 






12 


10 


Putnafli, ji: 








64 




77 




81 






278 


281 


St. Johns" 






375 


721- 




927 




842 


51 


1 


2967 


2366 


Sarasota 






2 


2 




h 




- 9 


2 




19 


17 


Seminole . .1 — • 


1 - 




lii9 - 


206 




271 




266 


70 


1 


1004 


1023 


S'jmter 






2 


2 








1 






5 


1 


Union 












2 










2 




Volusia 








1 














1 


5 


Unknovm Origin 


2 


17 


9 






. 




. 9 


.■"l— - 


■— -"1- ■ 


49 


36 


-TOTAL . 


-:10 


32'* 


1259^ 


15^3 




1988 


1662 


209 


8 


7003 


5889 



CABLOT SHIPMENTS OF CABBAGE BY RAIL OR BOAT 



Season 

1949^50 
1950r51 

1951- 52 

1952- 53 

1953- 54 

1954- 55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 

1957- 58 

1958- 59 



Avg. Load 
(50# Pkgs,) 
480 
480 
480 
480 
480 
480 
485 
485 
525 
525 

■'C 



Nov: 



13 

1 
19 
4 



Dec: 

129 
6 

58 
180 

66 

78 
471 
131 

86 

95 



Jan: 
700 
19 
484 

799 
290 
499 
486 

405 
161 
272 



Feb: 
982 
267 
1273 
1115 
469 
698 
746 
507 
49 
313 



Mar; 
1306 
2230 
1981 
1424 
1309 
1438 
1002 

694 

215 
.400 



Apr: 

657 
2518 
1205 
532 
648 
1138 
893 
459 
470 
539 



May; 
230 
603 
179 

35 

60 
318 
156 

55 
349 

31 



Jvm: 

15 

1 

6 



Total; 

4,019 
5,663 
5. 180 
4,098 
2,842 
4, 171 
3.773 
2,255 
1,336 
1,650 



12 



SHIPMENTS OF C^JBAGE IN MIXED CARS - CABLOT EQUIVALENTS 



Season 


Av^. Load 
(.5C# FkfcS.) 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Total: 


19U9-50 


460 


1 


19 


46 


79 


87 


57 


24 




315 


1950-51 


480 




2 


17 


82 


232 


223 


44 


1 


601 


1951-52 


460 




24 


107 


129 


158 


105 


25 


m 


548 


1952-53 


U80 


1 


31 


70 


84 


110 


54 


11 


m 


361 


1953 -5U 


460 




12 


22 


36 


104 


75 


13 




262 


195'+-55 


480 


1 


13 


65 


83 


140 


100 


45 


I 


448 


1955-56 


485 


9 


98 


77 


89 


123 


166 


35 




597 


1956-57 


485 


1 


35 


51 


64 


82 


71 


20 


1 


325 


1957-58 


525 


1 


25 


18 


11 


7 


36 


39 




137 


1958-59 


525 




37 


66 


57 


68 


70 


26 


1 


325 



SHIPMENTS OF CABBAGE BY TRUCK - HARLOT EQUIVALENTS 



Season 


(50# Pkes.) 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: ■ 


Jun: 


Total: 


1949-50 


500 


2 


133 


1031 


1514 


1571 


910 


161 


5 


5.327 


1950-51 


500 




24 


216 


807 


2191 


2158 


464 


15 


5»875 


1951-52 


500 


2 


182 


1180 


1735 


1877 


993 


213 


5 


6,187 


1952-53 


500 


19 


265 


1154 


1555 


1669 


724 


105 


1 


5,492 


1953-54 


500 


3 


225 


1130 


1476 


1957 


965 


77 




5t833 


1954-55 


500 - • 


4 


152 


1023 


1366 


I960 


1411 


266 


9 


6,191 


1955-56 


500 


33. 


662 


1225 


1795 


1887 


1394 


205 


9 


7,210 


1956-57 


500 


12 


335 


1191 


1444 


1572 


1097 


134 


5 


5»790 


1957-58 


500 , 


28 


352 


622 


667 


1447 


1802 


745 


26 


5,889 


1958^59 


-500 


10 


324 - 


1259 


15^3 


1988 


1662 , 


209 


8 


7,003 



• Includes 1 car in October. 









cabbage: 


; MONTHLY PRICES - 


• FRESH MARKET 








Year " 




Nov: 


Dec: 


Dollars 
Jan: 


; per Cwt. 
Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: ' 


May: 


Jun: 


Season 

Avg: 


1954- 55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 

1957- 56 

1958- 59' 




3.40 
2.00 

2.70 


4. 20 
2.90 
1.90 

3.35 
3.80 


2.65 
2.25 
2.10 
3.30 
3.40 


2.25 
1.35 
2.25 
5.10 

2.10 . - - 


2.15 
2.00 
3.90 
>.^0 
1.95 


2.95 
1.75 
2.05 
2.90 
1.80 


4, 10 
1,20 
1.60 
2.10 
2.20 


1.60 
2.00 


2.60 
1.90 
2.60 
3.10 
2.30 



cabbage: SHIPlvIENTS BF MONTHS IN PERCENT 



Year 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: ' i 


. jjxn: : 


- (Total: 


1954-55 




2.2 


14.7 


19.9 


32.7 


24.5 


5.8 


0.1 


100.0 


1955-56, - . 


0.5 . 


10.6 


15.5 


22.7 


26*0 


21..2 


3.4 


0.1 


100.0 


1956-57 : 


0.2-,. 


6.0 


19.7 


24.1 


28.0 


19.4 


2.5 


0. 1 - 


100.0 


1957-58 


0.4 


6.3 


13.6 


9.9 


22.7 


31.3 


15.4 


0.4 


100.0 


1958-59 


0.1 


5.1 


17.8 


21.3 


: 27.3 


25.3 


3.0 


0.1 


100.0 



CANTALOUPS 



CANTALOUPS - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



County 


1953 


1954 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


Alachua 


600 


400 


400 


300 


300 


300 


250 


Collier & Hendry 


85 


50 


100 


140 


65 




100 


Columbia 




75 


50 


50 


25 


25 




Dade 




500 


450 


700 


300 


350 


350 


Gilchrist 




50 


65 


50 


125 


75 


Hamilton 


25 


75 


50 


25 


25 






Hardee 


m 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


Hernando 








135 


100 


75 


110 


Hillsborough 








25 


25 


25 


25 


Lake 








50 








Lee 


75 


100 


100 


75 


60 


75 


150 


Levy 


100 


100 


75 

13 


75 


50 


50 

Continued 


50 



Continued 



CANTAL.OUPS - ACHES FOE HARVEST -..BY COUNTIES 



County 




1953 


195** 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


Madison 




50 


25 


25 




25 






Manatee 






25 


25 


50 


50 


25 


25 


Marion 




1*50 


koo 


350 


350 


250 


300 


325 


Putnam 














25 


25 


Sumter 




100 


75 


50 


75 


100 


75 


100 


Suwannee 




50 


25 


50 


50 


25 






Union 




25 


25 


25 






- 


- 


vvaoiixngT^on 


















Other Counties 




175 


100 


75 


160 


125 


125 


190 


TOTAL 




1,800 


2,000 


1,900 


2,i+00 


1,600 


1,600 


1,800 




CANTALOUPS - 


ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND 


VALUE - 


STATE SlMvIARY 






Year Acreage 




Yield 


Production 


Average Price 


Total 


Value 


Planted 


For 


Har. Per Acre 


Total Of 


Value 


Per 













Cwt. Ji 


Crt. 1/ 1,000 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Crt. 


1,000 Dollars 


1950 


1,600 


1,400 


50 


;6o) 


70 


70 


$ 2.70 < 


.2.24-1 


$ 189 


1951^^ 


1,500 


1,300 


50 ( 


60 


65 


65 


4.80 


3.98 


312 


1952'-' 


1,500 


1,500 


54 


65 


81 


81 


- .4,3.0 


3.57 


348 


1953 


1,900 


1,800 


33 


4o; 


59 


59 


4.90 


4.07 


289 ■ 


195^+ 


2,500 


2,000 


37 




74 


74 


4.40 


3.65 


326 


1955 


2,200 


1,900 


58 


70 


110 


103 


5.10 


4.23 


525 


1956 


2,800 


2,400 


58 


70 


139 


129 


4.90 


4.07 


632 


1957 


2,300 


1,600 


35 


42 


) -56 


56 


5.40 


4.48 


302 


1958 


2,200 


1,600 


45 


54 


72 


72 


4.90 


4.07 


) 353 


1959 


2,100 


1,800 


47 


.57; 


1 85 


85 . 


6.20 


.5. 15; 


527 



_l/ Conversion Factor 83 lbs. per crate or 1.205 crates per cwt." 

CANTALOUPS - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1959 



Counties 
and areas 



Acreage 



Yield 



Production 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Cwti 



Total 



Harvested 



North Florida Area 
Alachua 
Gilchrist 
Levy 
Marion 
Putnam 



300 
100 
50 
425 

-25 



250 

75 
50 
325 
25 



50 
50 
25 
25 
25 



12,500 
3,750 
1,250 
8,125 
625 



12,500 
3,750 

- 1,250 
8,125 

625 



Area Total 



900 



725 



36 



26,250 



26,250 



Central Florida Area 
Hernando 
Sumter 



110 
125 



110 
100 



50 
50 



5,500 
5,000 



5,500 

5,000 



Area Total 



235 



210 



50 



10.500 



10.500 



Hillshorough-Manatee Area 
Hardee 

Hillsborough 

Maiia;tee 



25 
■itO 



25 
25 
25 



50 
50 
50 



1,250 
1,250 
1,250 



1,250 
1,250 
1,250 



Area -Total 



100 



75 



50 



3,750 



3,750 



Fort Myers- Immokalee Area 












Collier and Hendry 


100 


100 


75 


• i: 7,500 


7,500-'' 


Lee 


150 


150 


75 


11,250 


11,250 


Area Total 


250 


250 


75 


18,750 


18,750 . 


Lower East Coast Area 












Dade 


425 


350 


60 


21,000 


21,000 


Other Counties 


190 


190 


25 


4,750 


4,750 


State Total 


2,100 


1,800 


47 


85,000 


85,000 



CANTALOUPS - CARLOT SHIPMENTS BY HAIL 



Year 



1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959, 



475 
475 
475 
475 
475 
475 
310 



CAHLOT EQUIVALENTS BY TRUCK 





.May: 


Jun: 


Total: ''Avg. Load Crts. 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Total: 




15 


5 


20 :: 310 


1 


50 


-125 




176 




2 




2 :: 310 


1 


54 


■ 42 ^ 




97 


1 


9 




10 :: 310 


3 


47 


69 




119 




7 


4 


11 :: 310 




128 


90 




218 




15 




15 :: 310 


19 


185 


122 




326 








- :: 310 


1 


43 


59 




103 






1 


1 :: 310 




11 


115 


1 


127 








- :: 310 


6 


46 


62 




114 



4.4 





cantaloups: 


MONTHLY PRICES - 


FBESH MBKET 












Dollars per Cwt. 








Season 


Year 


Anril ' 
xiv ^ A X • 




Iv'aj7 : 




(JviZ16 * 




Avg. 
















5. 10 


19'56 


5.'+0 








4.80 




4.90 


1957 






5.70 




5.20 




5.40 


1958 






5.90 




4.80 




4.90 


1959 


6.50 




6.70 




5.80 




., 6.20 




cantaloups: 


SHIRIENTS BY MONTHS IN 


PERCENT 






Year 


April: 




May: 


Jiino: 


Jul V' 




Total: 


1955 






59.0 


41.0 






100.0 


1956 


5^6 




58.6 


3.5.8 


- . 




100.0 


1957 


0.9 




Ul.8 


^.3 






100.0 


1958 






8.6 


90.6 


.8 




100.0 


1959 


5.3 




40.3 


54.4 






100.0 








CAULIFLOVJEH 




r 








CAULIFLOV.'EE - V/INTER - ACBES FOE H<\HVEST 


- BY COUNTIES 






County 


1953 


195^ 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


Dade 


50 


50 


50 


50 




50 


25 


Hillsborough 


/+75 


275 


325 


250 


I'iO 




a/ 150 


Manatee 




250 


175 


250 


125 


a/ 


a/ 


Palm Beach 


100 


50 


25 


50 


25 






Putnam 


25 


50 


25 


25 








St. Johns 


100 


100 


225 


175 


125 


h/ 23 


50 


Seainole & Orange 


265 


300 


225 


325 


300 


140 


100 


Volusia 








25 


25: 




15 


Other Counties 


^5 


25 


50 


50 


75 


40 


60 


TOTAL 


1,U00 


1, 100 


1,100 1 


,200 


900 


450 


400 



^^^^ ^wv. 

a/ L'anatee included in Hillsborough. 



Putnam included in St. Johns. 



CAULIilOVVER - V/INTEE - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 



Year A.creage 

Planted For Har. 



Yield 
Per Acre 

Crt. 1/ 



Production 
Total Of Value 



Average Price 
Per 



Total Value 



1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 

1/ 



850 
1,300 
1,400 
1,500 
1,200 
1,100 
.1,300 
1,200 
600 
550 



800 
1,100 
1,300 
1,400 
1,100 
1,100 
1,200 
900 
450 
400 



Cwt 
152 
107 
126 
111 
111 
118 
125 
105 
75 
105 




1,000 Cwt. Cwt. Crt. 1,000 Dollars 

122 122 $ 4.30 (1.59) $ 525 

118 118 5.25 (l«94) 620 

164 164 4,70 (l'74) 771 

155 155 3.90 (1.44) .4Q^-: 

122 122 3*-80 (l»^l) ¥i^,W 

130 130 5.00 (1.85) 65Qi , V . 

150 150 4.25 (l'57) 638 

94 94 3.91 (1.^5) 368 

34 34 4.50 (1.66) 153 

42 42 4,00 (1.48) I68 



Conversion Factor 37 lbs. per crate or 2.7 crates per cwt. 

CAULIFLOVv'ER - WINTER - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS 



1959 



Counties 
and Areas 



Acreage 



Yield 



Production 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Crates 



Total 



Harvested 



Hastings Area 
St. Johns 



50 



50 



250 



12,500 



12,500 



Central Florida Area 
Secinole , and- Volusia 



165 



115 



325 



37,400 



37,400 



HillsboroUf-h-Uanatee Area 
Hillsbora & Manatee " , 250 



150 



308 



46,250 



46,250 



South Florida Area 

Dade 



25 

"go" 



25 



300 



7,500 



7,500 



Other Counties 



"So" 



172 



io>3iQ- 



10.350 



state Total 



550 



400 



285 



114,000 



114,000 



CAULIFLOWER-COUNTY.. SHIPMENTS-CARLQT EQUIVilLENT-BY TRUCK- SEASON' 1958-59 

(Conversion Factbr-400 packages) 



County- 



-^ecr: 



.Jan: 



Feb: 



Mar: 



Apr: 



May: 



1958-59 
Total: 



1957-58 
Total: 



Broward •; 

Dade 

Duval 

Flagler ' 
Hillsborough 
Meinatee 
Orange 



2 
1 



1 
2 
1 



2 

1 

3 
1 



2 
1 



7 
4 
2 

11 
2 



4 
2 
2 
2 
14 
2 
1 



Continued 



15 



Continued 



CAULinOV.'EB-COUNTy SHIPMENTS-CAELOT EQUIVALMT-BY TBUCE-SEASQH 1958-59 







(Conversion Factor-4C0 packag 


es) 


1958-59 


1957-58 




Led 






Mar « 




May: 


Total: 


Total: 




C 


3 


3 


2 


3 






9 








1 








1 




St. Johns 






1 


1 


I 




3 


3 


Seminole 




5 


18 


2 


1 


1 


31 


28 


Unknown Origin 


3 








2 


1 


6 


5 




1 c 


15 


30 


10 


8 




81 


72 






CAELOT SHIFLIEHTS OF 


CAULIFLOVfflE BY 


RAIL 


■ - 




. Avg. Load 
















Season (37# Crts.) 


Nov: Dec; 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr : 


Mav: Jun: 


Total: 


19^*9-50 


550 


1 


52 


18 


i6 






7 r 


1950-51 


6i^5 




U4 


22 


36 








1951-52 


600 


7 


36 


72 


28 






1 ii.'K 


1952-53 


590 




66 


51 


9 






^ "^o 


1953-5^ - t^-- 


590 4:- 


- . : 13 


22 


\^ 


5 


O 






195^-55 . 


527 




38 


31 


18 






7D 


1955-56 


525 


30 


52 


121 


6 


7 




216 


1956-57 


525 


8 


29 


5 


5 


6 




55 


1957-58 


















1958-59 . 


530 ■ . 






2 








2 





SHIPm^TS 


OF CAULIHLOVffiR 


IN MIXED 


CABS - 


CABLOT 


EQUIVALENTS 




19^+9-50 


550 -1. . 


1 


20 


14 


8 






43 


1950-51 


6i+5 






3 


13 


9/ 




25 


1951-52 


600 


- , 2 


11 


29 


22 


8 




72 


1952-53 


590 


2 


16 


14 


6 






38 


1953-5^ 


- - . 590 


- 1 


11 


7 


4 






23 


195^-55 


527 


- " 1 


13 


1? 


13 


3- 




43 


1955-56 


525 


- 6 


6 


10: 


2 


2" 


3 


29 


1956-57 • 




- 1- 


k 


2 


7 


3 




17 


1957-58 


















1958-59 ^ 


530 




1 


1 








2 



SHIPMENTS OF CAULIFLOVvEB BY TRUCK IN CAELOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


550 




3 


82 


58 


37 


4 




1 




185 


1950-51 


C 400 




4 


132 


82 


95 


42 




2 




.357 


1951-52 


400 




.34 


137 


256 


152 


14 




1 


1 


595 


1952-53 


400 


1 


16 


202 


187 


124 


14 




5 




549 


1953-54 


400 




49 


133 


201 


89 


23 




2 




497 


1954-55 


400 




14 


191 


169 


98 


19 




2 




493 


1955-56 


400 


2 


42 


110 


190 


55 


43 




8 




450 


1956-57 


400 




24 


64 


43 


26 


32 




3 




192 


1957-58 


400 - 


2 


14 


10 


21 


11 


7 




5 


2 


72 


1958-59 


40a; 




15 


15 


30 


10 


8 




3 




81 






CAULIFLOVffiR: MONTHLY PRICES - FEESH liAEKET 
















Dollars per 


Cwt. 












Season 


Year 




Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 




Mar: 


Apr: 




May: 


Avg: 


1954-55 






6.20 


4.75 


5.25 




5.15 


4.75 




4.75 


5.00 


1955-56 




4.85 


4.85 


3.80 


4.30 




4.45 


4,05 




4.05 


4.25 


1956-57 






5.00 


3.85 


4.30 




5.50 


4.40 




4.40 " 


3.91 


1957-58 




4.70 


4.70 


4,40 


4.60 




4.60 


4.20 




4, 20 


4.50 


1958-59 






4. 20 


4.60 


3.70 




4. 10 


3,20 




4.70 


4.00 






CAULIFLOVffiE: SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS 


IN PERCENT 










Year 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 




Apr: 


May: 




Jun: 


Total: 


1954-55 




3.0 


38.3 


33.7 


20.4 




4.3 


0.3 






100.0 


1955-56 


0.3 


11.2 


24.2 


46.2 


9.1 




7.5 


1.5 






100.0 


1956-57 




12.5 


36.8 


18.9 


14.4 


16.3 


1.1 






100.0 


1957-58 


2.8 


19.4 


13.9 


29.2 


15.3 




9.7 


6.9 




2.8 


100.0 


1958-59 




17.7 


18.8 


38.8 


11.8 




9.4 


3.5 






100.0 



16 



CELEBY - ALL SEi\SONS 



ACEES FOR HARVEST - 



BY BOUNTIES 



County 


1952-53 


1953-5^ 


l95'+-55 


1955-56 


1956-57 


1957-58 


1958-59 


Alachua and Uarion 
Lake and Orange 
Palm Beach 
Sarasota 
Seminole 

Other Counties . " 


5^5 
1,750 
'^,050 

875 
2,765 
15 


61*5 

1,735 
U,745 

780 
2,675 
20 


530 
1,215 

760 
2,125 

25 


U50 
1,255 
5,650 

805 
1,9*^0 


i*85 
1,375 
5,860 

655 
1,925 


360 
1,^+25 
7,260 

515 
1,8U0 


380 
1,260 
9,535 

520 
1,605 


TOTAL 


10,000 


10,600 


9^100 


lOj.lpO 


10,300 


11,400 


13,300 


CELERY - 


ALL SEASONS 


- ACREAGE, 


PECDUCTIOM 


AND Value 


- STATE ! 







•'Season Acrejige 

Planted "For Ear. 



Yield Production vtc. 

Per Acre Total Of Value : 



Averate Price 
Per 



Total Value 



Crt. 1,000 Dollars 









Cwt. 


Crt. 1/ 1,000 


Cwt. . 


Cwt. 


19^9-50 


9,800 


9,700 


1+01 ( 


:668] 


1 3,889 


3,752 


$3.33 


1950-51 


10,900 


10,'+00 


397 ( 


662 


1 1*,131 


1+,011+ 


3.71+ 


1951-52 


10.550 


10,^*00 


1*18 1 


697 


1 1^,352 


1+, 281+ 


3.52 


1952-53 


10, 200 


10,000 


388 1 


61+7 


1 3,885 


3,81+0 


3.35 


1953-5^* 


10,900 


10,600 


411+ ( 


690 


) i+,389 


i+,072 


2.89 


l95'*-55 


9,200 


9,100\ 


1+60 ( 


767: 


I i+,190 


l+,12l+ 


3.77 


1955-56 


10,U00 


10, 100 


396 1 


660] 


\ u,ooi+ 


3,975 


2.93 


1956-57 


11,200 


10,300 


380 1 


633 


1 3,910 


3,910 


3.82 


1957-58 


12,100 


11,1*00 


285 1 


1+75 


1 3,252 


3,252 


5.31 


1958t59 


13,800 


13,300 


3U1+ ( 


.571+; 


1 l+,580 


3,897 


2.37 




$ 



12,1+91 

15,009 

15,070 

12,856 

11,787. 

15,551;. 

11,632- 

li+,920 

17,255 
9,220 



lf''^-'ponvexsion Factor 60 pounds per crate or 1.667 crates per cwti 



CELERY - ALL SEASONS - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1958-1959 



Counties 
and Areas 



Acreage I Yield 

Planted : For Harvest : Crates 



Production 



Total 



Harvested. 



North Florida ^Ixea 
Alachua 



380 



380 



617 



' 231+, 500 



173,600 



Central Florida Area 
















Lake and Orange 


• 1,260 




1,260 


562 


' ■ 707,900 


A - . ■ 


673,900 


Seminole 


■-"'.1,905 




1.605 


591 


91+9,000 




736,500 


Area Total 


3,165 




2.865 • 


578 


1,656,900 




1,1+10,1+00 


Sarasota Area 
















Sarasota 


620 




520 ^^-^''f; 


730 


. 379,600 




297.000 


Everglades Area 
















Palm Beach 


9,635 




9,535 


562 


5,362,000 




1+^,611+, 000 


State Total 


; 13,800 


13,300 


571+ 


7,633,000 




6,1+95,000, 




CELERY - WINTER - 


ACRES^Sj-OR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES''^ ' 






County 


. ., 1'953 


195** 


^ 1955 


■ 1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


Alachua 














' 1+0 


Lake and Orange 


' 750 


71+5 


365 • 


' 350 


1+50 


380 


285 


Palm Beach 


2,700 


2,730 


2,790 


3,71+5 


3V9SQ 


l+,660 


6,135 


Sarasota l^-v 


785 


61+0 


v705 


770 


^1+0 .' ■ 


1+90 


520 


Seminole 


1,820 


1,755 


1,^25 


1,315 


1,210 ' 


1.335 


1,120 


Other Counties 


^♦5 


30 


•15. 


20 


50 " 


35 




TOTAL 

1 


6,100 


5.900 


5.300,. 


6,200 


6,300 


6,900 


8,100 


CELERY 


- V/INTEE - ACREAGE, 


, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - 


STATE SUMMARY 






Year Acreage . 


Yield 


Production 


Avera£e Price Total Value 


Planted F6r ffar. Per 


Acre 


Total Of 


Value 


Per 








Cwt. 


Crt. 


1,000 


Cwt. 


Cwt. Crt. 1, 


000 Dollars 



1950 


6,100 


6,000 


1951 


6,1+00 
6,650 


6,200 


1952 


6,600 


1953 


6,200 


6,100 


195^ 


6,000 


5,900 


1955 


5.300 


5,300 


1956 


6,300 


6,200 


1957 


6,600 


6,300 


1958 


7,300 


6,900 


1959 


8,500 


8,100 



378 

396- 
390 
399 
1+11+ 

1+83 
1+10 
392 
305 

360 



1630) 
660) 

,650) 
665 
690J 
805) 

,683 
653 
508) 
600) 



2,268 
2,1+55 
2,571+ 
2,1+31+ 
2,1+1+3 
2,560 
2,5^2 
2,1+70 
2,101+ 
2,916 



2, 189 

2,361+ 

2,520 

2,1+05 

2,1+00 

2,560 

2,5^^- 

2,1+70 

2,101+ 

2,567 



$ 3.10 
'^.15 
3.25 
2.75 
3.10 
^♦.15 
2.80 
l+.OO 
1+.60 
2.1+0 




$ 6,786 
9,811 
8,190 
6,611+ 
7,1+1+0 
10,621+ 
7,118 
9,880 
9,678 
6,161 



17 



CELJBiU - WINTER^- ACfiE^iGE: AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND ABEAS - 1959 



Coun'tieE 


: ■ " Acreage - - 


• 

• ■ 


Yield : 


Production 


and Areas 


: Planted : For 


Harvest : 


Crates : 


Total 


Harvested 


North Florida Area 












Alachua 


uo 


1*0 


550 


i22,000 


21,600 


Central Florida Area 












Lake ^d,0ran6.e_„ 

Seminole 


285 
•1,360 


285 
1,120 


535 .. 

575 -.v ~ 


■ 152, UOO 
- 6U4,000 


152,400 
509,000 


Area Total 


l,6if5 




567 


796,400 


661,400 


Sarasota Area 












Sarasota 


580 


520 


730 


379,600 


297, ooa,- 


Everglades Area 












Palm Beach . 


6,235 


6,135 


597 


3,662,000 


3,298,000 ~ 


State Total 


8,500 


8,100 


600 


4,860,000 


4,278,000 



WO 




• ■ CELERY- - SPRING - 


ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY 


COWITIES 








County ■ 




1953 


195** 


1955 


1956 


1957 




1958 


1959 


Alachua and Marion 




505 


620 


530 


430 


435 




325 


340 


lake 


8^ Orange 




1,000 


990. 


850 


905 


925 


1,045 


975 


Palm 


Beach 




1,350 2,0-15. 


1.655 


1,905 


1,9J0 


2,600 


3,400 


Saras.ota 




90 


140, 


55 


35 


15 




25 




Seminole 




9^5 


920 


7oq: 


625 


715 




505 


485 


Other 


Counties 




10 


15 


10 














TOTAL 




3,900 4,700 


3,800 


3,900 


4, 000 


^,500 


5,200 




I- CE[»ERY 


SPRING - ACREAGE, 


PRODUCTION 


AND VALUE. 


- STATE summary: 






Year_ 


■'Acreage 


Yield 




Production 


- Average Price 


Total Value 




".'Planted For Hai 


'. Per Acre 




Total" Of Value 


' Per 














Cwt. 


Crt. 


1,000 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Crt. 




000 Dollars 


19'50- 


-~- 3,700 


3*760 


438 






1,621'-' 


1,563 


3.65 


(2.19^ 




- $ 5,705: 


1951 


_ '*»500 


4,200 


399 






1,676 


1,650 


3.15 


1.89 




- •: 5^198 - 


19^52 


3,900 


3,800 


468 


[7B0] 




1,778 ■ 


-1,764 


-3.90 


2.3**; 




6,880 


1953. 


: :: 3 , 0m 


3,.90C^ 


": . 372 _ .. 


620' 




1,^51- 


1,^+35 


4.35 


2.61' 




. „J&,242L.. 


195^+ 


■'4,900 


4,700- 


. ; 414 


690 




1,946 


1,672 


.2.60 


1.56 




4,347 


1955 


3,900 


3,800 


429 


715 




1,630 


1,564 


3.15 


1.89 




4,^2r 


1956 


4,100 


3,900 


375 


625 




1,462 


1,433 


3.15 


1.89 






19^57 


4,600 


4,1D00 


360 


600, 




1,440-^- 


1,440 - 


-"3.50 


2. 10 




- -5, 040 - 


1958 


4,800 


^♦,500 


255 


425 




1,148 


1,148 


6.60 


3.96 




7,577 - 


19_59:_ 


11; _i3,300 


5tJP0 


320 


'533^ 




1,664^. - : 


-1,330 _ 


i.^: '-.2.30 


[1.38] 




3,059 



CELERY - 


SPRING - ACRE.IGE AND PRODUCTION 


BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 


1959 




Counties 


: Acreage 


• 
• 


Yield 


: Production 


and Areas 


~: Planted ~ :- For Harvest : 


Craljes 


: Total 


• 
• 


Harvested ■' 


North Florida Area 














Alachua 


- 340 


340 




'212,500 




152,000 


Central Florida Area 














Lake and Orange^ 


975 


975 




555,500 




521,500 ■ 


Seminole 


■ 545 ■ 


485 


629 


.305,000 




; 227,500 . 


Area Total 


- , 1,520 


1,460 


589 


■860,500 




749,000 


Palm Beach 


3,400 


3,400 


500 


1,700,000 




1,316,000 


Sarasota 


40 












Stat^-Toial 


■ 5,300 


5,200- - 


533 - - 


2,773,000 




2r217,000--. 


- ■ ' ••' CELERY 


- COUNTY SHIPMENTS - CAELQTS - 


RAIL-- SEASON 1958-1959 






County ' Nov: 


(Approximate Loading - 550 crates per 


car) 


1958-59 


1957-58, 


Dec: Jan: 


Feb: Maf: 


Apr: 


May: Jun: ' 


Total: 


Total:" 


Alachua 






79 


121 49 , 


249 


305 


Lake \ , 67 


35 




29 


123> 133 


387, 


401 - 


Orange - 






14 


38: 13 . 


65. 


97,:. 


Palm Beach 50 


544 604 


525 615 


604 


393 105 . , 


3440 


2445 


Sarasota 


34' 141 


70 . 80 


27 




352. 


372 ■ 


Seminole 5 


W*;, 176 


121 192 


210 


13** 3^* 


916. 


1019 . 


TOTAL .; 122 


657. 921 


716 '887 


963 


809 334 


5^9-- 


4639 



18 



CELERY - COUNTY SHIPMEMTS - C/lRLOT EQUIVj\L£1>JTS IK MIXED CABS - SE/^SOIJ 1938- 1V59 









\ uonvoFS 1 on 


i? Qc tor 




V* n 1 wS «« 

crat-tjs per 


car J 




± 7 JU-^7 


19*57- '58 


o u un y 


rjo v» 


uec 


1 J Qn> 


r D . 


Mar • 


Apr. 


iJiay • 








Broward 








1 










1 




Hendry 






1 


1 














Lake 


2 


2 








1, 


15 


13 


36 


lo 














•J 




i. 




Q 


Palm Beach 


11 


81 


89 


75 


93 


107 


59 


17 


532 


357 


Sarasota 








2 


1 








3 


2 


Seminole 


3 


10 


16 


14 


17 


23 


24 


10 


117 


18 


TOTAL 


16 


Q'i 


1 

lUO 


7 J 


111 


137 


QQ 
7 7 


ill 






CELERY - 








EQUIVTXEKTS - BY 


TRl fPK - 




19'58-19^9 










( Conversion 


Factor 


- 420 


crates per 


" 

car ; 








iUachua 












10 


35 


15 


<n 
DU 


o> 


Broward 


9 


53 


91 


85 


91 


61 


lb 


1 


'+07 


^ fO 


Dade 


<f 


13 


2»+ 


27 


37 


14 


5 




12*+ 


lUO 


Duval 




9 


7 


7 


11 


15 


15 


10 


7o 


■7 C 

(J 


Hillsborough 


10 


nil 

24 


21 


18 


18 


28 


Ub 


12 


177 


1 DO 

Its? 


Lake 


51 


16 


1 






17 


92 


99 


2/0 


l77 


I^anatee 






1 


2 


4 


1 


1 




7 


1 R 

lo 


Marion 












1 


3 


7 


4 4 
11 




Orange 


22 


7 




1 


2 


22 


59 


oil 

94 


211 


loo 


Palm Beach 


a/ 146 


00*+ 






646 


628 








T179 


Sarasota 


17 


24 


23 


32 


6 






102 


238 


Seminole 


25 


68 


107 


107 


140 


151 


101 


42 


741 


806 


Unknown Origi 


n 19 


51 


26 


10 


26 


18 


23 


6 


181 


141 


TOTAL 


290 


922 


928 


811 


1007 


972 


835 


418 


6183 


5626 



1/ Includes 1 in October. 



CAKLOT SHIPMENTS OF CELERY BY RAIL OR BOAT 



Season 



1949- 50 

1950- 51 

1951- 52 

1952- 53 

1953- 54 
1554-55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 

1957- 58 

1958- 59 

• Includes 



Avg. Load 






















Crates 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Fob: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Total: 


425 


28 


404 


1421 


■■■1656 


2208 


1746 


2351 


445 




10,259 


420 


56 


251 


1422 


1658 


2315 


2228 


2260 


621 




10,811 


412 


25 


467 


1630 


1912 


2259 


2483 


2271 


563 




11,610 


410 


42 


524 


1645 


1821 


2037 


1833 


1895 


329 




10,126 
10,157 


410 


23 


642 


1334 


1420 


2105 


2260 


1794 


579 




405 


63 


472 


1301 


1618 


1963 


1990 


1569 


456 




9,432 
8,762 


405 


124 


764 


1071 


1396 


1720 


1674 


1592 


419 


2 


405 


148* 


657 


1229 


921 


1133 


1741 


1240 


246 




7,315 
4,639 


505 


163* 


405 


465 


450 


774 


1058 


930 


394 




550 


122 


657 


921 


716 


867 


963 


809 


334 




5,409 



October shipments* 



SHIPMENTS OF CELERY IN MIXED CARS - CABLOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


425 




17 


49 


41 


38 


29 


45 


2 


221 


1950-51 


420 




10 


49 


88 


148 


125 


84 


10 


514 


1951-52 


412 




31 


109 


112 


154 


186 


111 


14 


717 


1952-53 


410 


2 


40 


80 


89 


127 


91 


88 




517 


1953-54 


410 




33 


94 


98 


144 


136 


90 


9 


604 


1954-55 


405 


1 


33 


106 


121 


188 


154 


99 


16 


718 


1955-56 


405 


8 


92 


89 


97 


131 


147 


133 


24 


721 


1956-57 


405 


5 


44 


132 


87 


99 


123 


98 


17 


605 


1957-58 


505 


12 


54 


49 ■ 


30 


55 


93 


82 


26 ■ 


401 


1958-59 


550 


16 


93 


106 


93 


111 


137 


99 


41 


696 



SHIEJENTS OF CELERY BY TRUCK IN CiJtLOT EQUIVi^LEDITS 



1949-50 


420 


46 


180 


530 


632 


645 


725 


581 


142 




3,481 


1950-51 


420 


20 


138 


646 


808 


1023 


722 


593 


192 


1 


4,143 


1951-52 


420 . 


30 


, 297 


734 


750 


833 


846 


635 


152 




4, 277 


1952-53 


420 


23 


284 


737 


746 


840 


725 


647 


li^5 


1 


4,148 


1953-54 


420 


43 


417 


710 


851 


948 


893 


719 


207 




4,788 


1954-55 


420 


166 


457 


822 


928 


1046 


1046 


782 


271 




5,518 


1955-56 


420 


201 


574 


716 


909 


962 


945 


892 


329 


5 


5,533 


1956-57 


420 


132* 


655 


1224 


960 


1200 


1300 


1116 


256 




6,843 


1957-58 


420 


307 


724 


625 


568 


932 


1119 


889 


453 


9 


5,626 
6,183 


1958-59 


420 


290* 


922 


928 


811 


1007 


972 


835 


418 





* Includes October shipments. 



19 



celery: monthly prices - fresh liarket 



Dollars per Cwt. Season 



Year 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 




Kay: 


Jtm: 


Jul: 


Avg: 


195^^-55 


-- 


3.75 


4.25 


3.75 


^+.85 


k, 10 


3.35 


2.90 


3.35 




3.77 


1955-56 




4.00 


2.50 


2.90 


2.60 


2.90 


2.85 


2.90 


4.85 


5.00 


2.93 


1956-57 


3.35 




3.50 


if. 65 


5.00 


3.15 


2.i*5 


4. 10 


5.70 


-- 


3.82 


1957-58 




3.25 


3.10 


3.^5 


^.35 


5.20 


6.90 


7.30 


4.90 




5.31 


1958-59 




i+.25 


2.75 


2.35 


2.20 


2.00 


2.10 


2.30 


2.80 


-- 


2.37 






celery: shipments 


BY MONTHS IN PERCENT 










Year 


Oct: 


Nov; 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


liar : 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Total 


195^-55 




1.5 


6.1 


lif.2 


17.0 


ZO.k 


20. Ur 


15.6 


4.8 




100.0 


1955-56 




2.2 


9.5 


12.5 


16.0 


18.7 


18.4 


17.4 


5.2 


0.1 


100.0 


1956-57 


0.1 


1.9 


9.2 


17.5 


13.3 


16.5 


21,4 


16.6 


3.5 




100.0 


1957-58 






11.1 


10.7 


9.8 


16.5 


21.3 


17.8 


8.2 


0.1 


100.0 


1958-59 




3.5 


13.6 


15.9 


13.2 


16.3 


16.9 


14,2 


6.4 




100.0 



S\;'EET CORN 

CORN, SV^'EET - ALL SEASONS - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



County 


1952-53 


1953-54 


1954-55 


1955-56 


1956-57 


1957-58 


1958-59 


Alachua and Marion 


100 






150 


d/400 


f/950 


f/825 


Bradford 


900 


850 


650 


325 


300 


350 


100 


Broward 


1»125 


1,000 


325 


105 


/ ^/ 


11 


ll 


Collier 




500 


600 


c/600 


c/725, 






Columbia 
















Dade 


1,350 


1,825 


1,265 


1,185 


1,460 


2,050 


1,275 


Glades 


100 














Hardee 


100 




50 


100 








Hendry 






750 


sJ 








Hillsboro and Polk 


1,200 


950 


925 


6CiO 


400 


300 


275 


Lake and Orange 


3,300 

675 


4,300 


4,300 


3,600 


4,150 


4,000 


5,465 


Lee and Charlotte 


b/1,220 


1,600 


2,040 


1,525 


480 


440 


Manatee and Sarasota 




50 












Marion 




325 


375 


400 




/ 




Palm Beach 


19,825 
a/900 


25,000 


21,875 


27,775 


e/32,450 


e 130,775 


e/40,050 


Seminole 


300 


150 


100 


150 


200 


140 


Union 


. " 250 


200 


50 


50 








Other Counties 


500 


205 


85 


470 


415 


95 


330 


TOTAL 


30,400 


36,800 


33,000 


37,500 


42,700 


39,200 


48,900 



a/ Ivlarion included in Seminole acreage. b/ Hendry included in Lee acreage.. c/ Hendry included 
in Collier acreage. d/ Coliombia included in Alachua acreage. e/ Broward Tncluded in Palm 
Beach acreage. f/ Marion included in Alachua acreage. ~ 



CORN, SV^EET - ALL SEASONS - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMK IARY 

Season 



Acreage 
Planted For Har. 



Yield 
Per Acre 



Production 
Total Of Value 



Average Price 
Par 



Total Value 



1949- 50 

1950- 51 

1951- 52 

1952- 53 

1953- 54 

1954- 55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 

1957- 58 

1958- 59 



34,000 
29,300 
35,300 
34,900 
42, 100 
37,500 
43,200 
47,800 
50,900 
51,900 



28,500 
25,700 
32,900 
30,400 
36,800 
33,000 
37,500 
42,700 
39,200 
48,900 



Cwt. 

60 
61 
68 
73 
71 
95 
94 

63 
72 
63 



Crt. 1/ 1,000 Cwt. 




1,710 
1,573 
2,234 
2,211 
2,628 
3,130 
3,513 
2,701 
2,805 
3,066 



1,482 
1,573 
2,146 
2,211 
2,628 
3,015 
3,513 
2,701 
2,625 
3,066 



l_l Conversion Factor 5 dozen eq^uivalent crates contain 50 lbs. 
1956-57; 44 lbs. in 1957-58; 42 lbs. in 1958-59. 



Cwt. 

4.39 
4.94 
4.46 
4.77 
4.07 
3.88 
3.93 
4.87 
4.21 
4,68 



Crt. 1,000 Dollars 



$ 6,508 
7,764 
9,563 
10,547 
10,689 
11,699 
13,801 
13,152 
11,064 
14,336 




,1.85) 
(1.97) 



through 1955-56; 46 lbs. in 



20 



CORN, SV;EET - ALL SEASONS - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS 1956-1959 



Counties 
and Areas 



Acreo, e 



yield 



Production 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Crates 



Total 



Harvested 



North Florida Area 
Alachua 
Bradford 



600 
200 



600 
100 



60 
60 



36,000 

6,000 



36,000 
6,000 



Area Total 



800 



700 



60 



'+2,000 



ii2,000 



Central F lorida Area 
Lake and Orange 
Seminole and Marion 



5,715 

635 



5,^65 

365 



233 

209 



1,273,675 
76,U00 



1,273,675 
76,400 



Aroa ■ Total 



6,350 



5,830 



232 



1,350,075 



1,350,075 



Hillsborough-Manatee Area 
Hillsborough and Polk 



AOO 



275 



75 



20,700 



20,700 



Everglades Area 
Palm Beach (V/est) 



39,800 



38,200 



li+2 



5,U35,UOO 



5,^35,400 



Lower East Coast Area 
Cade 1,300 

Broward & Palm Beach (s) 2 , 050 

Area Total 3,350 



1,275 
1,850 



120 
113 



152,625 
208,700 
361,325 



152,625 
208,700 

361,325 



3,125 



TiF 



Other Counties 



1,200 
51,900 



870 



lOU 



90,500 



90,500 



State Total 



U8,900 



1U9 



7,300,000 



7,300,000 



CORN, SWEET - FALL - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



County 



1952 



1953 



195^ 


1955 


1956 


1957 


150 


200 


125 




130 


123 






150 








350 


300 


275 


320 


1,600 


2,825 


4,100 


5,200 








550 


20 


150 


100 


30 


2,400 


3,600 


4,600 


6,100 



1958 



Collier 

Dade 100 
Hendry a/ 
Lee and Charlotte a/ZOU 
Orange ~ 
Palm Beach (West) 500 
Palm Beach (e) & Broward 
Other Counties 100 



a/ 
a/22U 

1,000 

30 



18U 
9,200 
,165 : 



TOTAL 



900 



1,300 



9,900 



a/ Hendry included in Lee AcreagSt ; : b/ Lee and Charlotte included in Othert 
CORN, S^EET - FALL - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 



Year 


Acreage 


. : Yield 


Production 


Average Price 


Total Value 




Planted 


For Har. 


Per Acre 


Total 


Of Value 


Per 












Cwt. 


Crt. 1,000 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Crt. 


1,000 Dollar! 


1949 


1,100 


600 


35 i 


70 


I 21 


21 


$ 5.60 1 


;2.80' 


1 $ 118 


1950 


2,200 


900 


30 1 


60i 


» 27 


27 


5.30 1 


2.65 


I 1^3 


1951 


1,300 


1,000 


38 1 


761 


1 38 


38 


6.60 1 


3.30 


1 251 


1952 


1,400 


900 


40 1 


80] 


1 36 


36 


6.50 \ 


3.25 


1 234 


1953 


1,800 


1,300 


58 ( 


116 


1 75 


75 


5.90 ( 


2.95! 


1 442 


195^+ 


2,900 


2,400 


78 ( 


U56 


1 187 


187 


4.50 { 


2.25 


1 842 


1955 


3,800 


3,600 


80 ( 


:i6o 


1 288 


288 


4.30 ( 


2.15 


1 1,238 


1956 


6,700 


4,600 


38 ( 


83 


1 175 


175 


5.8O ( 


2.90 


1 1,015 


1957 


7,700 


6,100 


66 ( 


.150 


1 403 


403 


4.05 ( 


1.78] 


1 1,632 


1958 


10,700 


9,900 


58 ( 


'138] 


( . 574 


574 


3.70 ( 


.1.55) 


1 2,124 



COmU SWEET - FALL - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1958 



Counties . : 


Acreage 


• 
• 


Yield : 


Production 


and Areas : 


Planted : For 


Harvest : 


Crates : 


Total 


: Harvested 


Central Florida Area 












Orange 


200 


■180 


210 


37,800 


37,800 


Everglades Area 












Palm Beach (West) 
Broward & Palm Beach (E) 


9,900 
165 


9,200 
165 


137 
137 


1,260,400 
22,600 


1,260,400 
22,600 


Area Total 


10,065 


9,365 


137 


1,283,000 


1,283,000 


Other Counties 


435 


355 


130 


46,200 


46, 200 


State Total 


10,700 


9,900 


138 


1,367,000 


1,367,000 



21 



COBIJ, SV.ELT - V/INTEE - ACxuilS FOH HARVEST BY COLNTIiiS 



County 


1953 


195^ 


1955 


1956 


1957 


" 1958 


1959 


Ei'oward 


725 


1,000 


300 


35 


_ 


^1 




Collier 


_ 


^50 


i+00 


i^OO 


600 






Dade 


1,050 


1,700 


1,000 


550 


1,200 


275 


1 , 200 


Hendry- 




- 


600 




- 




- 


Lee and Chejrlotte 


^75 


950 


1, 100 


1,650 


1,225 


100 


y 








. 100 




1 0. «;o 


J., 70 


a./ \j f U\JU 


Other Counties 


200 


100 




115 


225 




~ ■b/200 


TOTAL 


7,500 


9,900 


6,500 


6,600 


13,600 


2,300 


8,000 : 


a/ ■ . ByiwarS included 


an Palm, Beach acreage. 


h/ Lee 


and Charlotte 


included in 


Other Counties. " ' V 






- V.INTEE - 


ACiriEAQE, 


PRODUCTION AND 


VALUE 






Year Acreage 




Yield 


Production 


Average Price Total Value ; .. 


Planted For 


Harvest 


Per Acre 


iotal 


• Of Value 


Per 




($1,000) ■: : 






Cwt t Cr t . 


1,000 Cwt, 


Cwt. 


Grt. 





1950 

1951 

1952 

1953- 

195^ 

1955 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 



3,100 
3,700 
7, 800 
-7,800 
il,600 
9,J^00 
11,000 
1^, 600 
11,200 
9,400 



1,900 
2,800 
7,200 
7,500 
9,900 
6.500 
6,600 
13,600 
2,300 
8,000 




129 
182 

525- 
812 
533 
495 
884 
92 
384 



129 
182 
418 

525 
812 
533 
495 
-884 
92 
384 



7.20 
5.90 
5.70 
5.50 
4.50 
5.30 
5. 80 
5.00 
7»6o 
6.00 




929 
1,074 
2,383 
2,888 
3,979 
2,825 
2,871 
4,420 

■699 
2,304 



CORN, SVjEET - 


VHNTEH 


- ACREAGE AKD PRODUCTION BY 


COUIITIES AND AREAS 


1959 


Co'onties ; 


Acreage ; Yield 


; Production 


and Areas : 


Planted 


I For Harvest J Crates 


: Total 


; Harvested 


Everglades Area 










Palm Beachi (Vv'est) 


5,900 


5.000 115' 


575,000 


575,000 


Lo'A-sr East Coast Area 










Palm Beach (E) & Broward 


1,750 


1,600 111 


177,600 


177,600 


Dade 


1,200 


1,200 115 


138,000 


138,000 


Area Total 


2,950 


2,800 113 


315,600 


315,600 


ether . Counties 


550 


200- 117 - 


23,400 


23,400 -.; 


State Total 


9,400 


8,000 114 


914,000 


914,000 


CORK, 


SWEET - 


SPRING - ACRES FOR HARVEST 


BY COUNTIES 




County 


1953 


1954 1955 1956 1957 


1958 1959 . 



Alachua 


100 






150 


h/400 


d/950 


600 


Bradford 


900 


800 


650 


325 


300 


350 


100 


Broward 


400 




25 


70 


£/ 


£/ 


£/• 


Collier 




50 


50 










Columhia 










^/ 






Dade 


200 


.75 


^135 


510 


26U 


1,775 : 


75 


Glades 


100 














Hardee 


100 




50 


100 


50 






HillsUoro & Polk 


1,200 


950 


925 


600 


400 


300 


275 


Lake and Orange 


3,300 


4,300 


4,300 


3,600 


4,065 


4,000 


5,285^ 


Lee 




50 


150 


90 


25 


60 




Manatee and Sarasotar • 




50 












Marion .. 


aj 


325 /. 


i^^- i375 - 


400 


' 675 - 


if 


' i/ 


Palm Beach 


14,275 

a/900 


16,350 


17,175 


■ 21,100 


c/l8,000 


23,100 


24,085. - 


Semino] 9 


300 


150 


100 


150 


200 


a/365 


Union , 


250 


200 


50 


50 








OthSr Counties 


200 


75 


65 


205 


175 


• 65 


e/215 


TOTAL 


22,000 


25,600 


24, 100 


27,300 


24, 500 


30,800 


31,000 ' 



a/ Marion included in Seminole acreage. h/ Columbia included in" Alachua acreage. c/ Btoytiaxi.^ 
included in Palm BeaehJ acreage. -d/ Marion included in Alachiia acreage. ej Lee- and— — 
Charlotte included in. Other Counties. _ . .i-:-.:-.. 



22 



CORN, SVlEET - SFBING - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE 



Year Acreage Yield Production Average Price 'rotal Value 

Planted For Harvest Per Acre T otal Of Value Per ^ 

1,000 Cwt. Cwt. Crt. 1,000 Dollars 

1950 29,600 26,000 60 (l20) 1,560 1,332 $ ^*10 (2.05) $ 5»^6i 

1951 23,^00 22,000 62 (124) 1,364 1,364 4.80 (2.40) 6,547 

1952 26,200 24,700 72 (144) 1,778 1,690 4.10 (2.05) 6,929 

1953 25,700 22,000 75 (l50) 1,650 1,650 4.50 (2.25) 7,425 



Per Acre 




Prt. 


60 1 


f 1 7C\\ 






7? ( 
f C- ' 


144) 


(0 ' 




68 1 


136) 


100 ( 


200) 


100 1 


200) 


67 1 


146) 


75 I 


170) 


68 1 


:i62) 



1954 28,700 25,600 68 (136) 1,741 1,741 3.6o (l.8o) 6,263 

1955 25,200 24,100 100 (200) 2,4l0 2,295 3.50 (1.75) 8,032 

1956 28,400 27,300 100 (200) 2,730. 2,730 3.55 (1»78) 9,692 

1957 26,500 24,500 67 (146) 1,642 1,642 4.70 (2.16) 7,71? 

1958 32,000 30,800 75 (170) 2,310 2,130 4.10 (l.8o) 8;733 

1959 31,800 31,000 68 (l62) 2,108 2,108 4.70 (1.97) 9,903 



CORN, SV.EET - SPRING - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1959 



Counties 
and Areas 



Planted 



Acreage 



Yield 



Production 



For Harvest : Crates 



Total 



; Harvectcd 



North Florida Area 
Alachua 
Bradford 



600 

200 



600 

100 



60 
60 



36,000 
6,000 



36,000 

6,000' 



Area Total 



800 



700 



60 



42,000 



42; OOP. 



Central Florida Area 
Lake Eind Orange 
Seminole and Marion 



5,515 

635 



5,285 
365 



234 

209 



1,235,875 

76,400 



1,235,875 
76.400 



Area Total 



67150 



5,650 



232 



1,312,275 



1,312,275 



Hillshorough-Manatee Area 
Hillstoro and Polk 400 



275 



75 



20,700 



20,700 



Everglades Area 
Palm Beach (West) 



24,000 



24,000 



150 



3,600,000 



3,600,000 



Lower East Coast Area 
Dade ICQ 
Broward & Palm Beach (E) 135 



75 

85 



195 
100 



14,625 
8,500 



14,625: 
8,500' 

23 f 125 



Area Total 



235 



l6o 



145 



23,125 



Other Counties 



215 



215 



97 



20,900 



20,900 



State Total 



31,800 



31,000 



162 



5,019,000 



5;019jOCO 



CORN, GREEN - COUNTY SHIPMENTS IN CAHLOTS BY RAIL - SEASON - 1958-1959 









(Approximate 


Loading - 655 crate 


>s per 1 


car) 




1958-59 


1957-53 


County 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Total: 


Tooal! 


Broward 








.25 


14 


14 


_ 6 








67 


132 


Dade 








5 


16 


8 


15 








44 - 


212 


Lake 














11 


133 




144-' 


85 


Lee 




3 


5 


6 














14.C 


,22 


Orange 


6 














84 


773 


28 


891 ■ 


798 


Palm Beach 


108 


303 


92 


34 


6 


85 


671 


1343 


247 




2889 


2906 . 


Polk 












1 






1 




Seminole 
















49 




49 


29 


TOTAL 


114 


306 


105. 


70 


36 


107 


692 


1439 


1202 


28 


4099 


4ie4 


CORN, 


GREEN-COUNTY SHIPMENTS- CARLO T EQUIVALENTS IN MIXED 


CARS- 


SEASON 


1958-1959 




Broward 






(Conversion 


Factor 


- 655 


cretes 


per car) 














. ,2 


4 


1 










8 


1 


Dade 
























5 


Lake 
















1 


14 




15 


8 


Orange 


1 














4 


2. 




7 


3 


Palm Beach 


7 


46 


37 


31 


13 


37 


116 


101 


13 




401 


205 


Seminole 












2 


13 




15 


3 


TOTAL 


8 


46 


38 


33 


17 


38 


116 


108 


42 




446 


225 



23 



COEN, GREEN - 


COUNTY 


SHIPMENTS IN CAELOT EQUIVALENTS BY 


TEUCK - 


SEASON 


1958-1959 










(Conversion 


"To f» 4" ri *• 


_ cnn 


O T* fi A C 


per car) 




1958-59 


1957-58 




Oct I 


NovJ 




Ton • 


Feb; 


Mar J 




way* 




Jul: 


Total: 


Total: 


Alachua 


1 














12 


36 




49 


34 


Bradford 


4 

1 
















7 




8 


•50 


Broward 


y 


51 


56 


94 


oo 




133 


41 






560 


4?6 


Charlotte 
























1 


Collier 




2 


3 


2 




3 


5 


2 


1 




18 


10 

Xw 


Dade 


5 


23 


12 


14 


27 


**Z 


33 


- ✓ 

16 


3 






196 

X 7 w 


Duval 


3 


6 


5 


3 


2 


Q 
O 


29 


35 


17 


2 


110 

X Xw 


67 


Hardee 


A 4 

11 


17 


1 








4 ^ 

16 


18 


1 




64 




Hendry 




2 


1 






1 










2l 

■r 




HillSDoro 


o 
O 


20 


11 


6 




10 


31 


51 


13 




1 ^4 


l4l , 

X~X J 


Lake 




1 












19 


117 


1 


1*58 


80 


Lee 




11 


7 


3 


1 


3 


1, 
«+ 


2 






1 


26 


Manatee 






1 






1 




1 






•» 




Marion 


1 










1 


- 1 


7 


10" 




20 


17 


Martin 




i.r 










3 


1 








2? 


Orange 


28 


»(■ ■ 




1 






3 


47 


522 


i 9 


617 


^1 1 


Palm Beach 263 


579 


218 


151 


87 


366 


1394 


1294 


254 




46o6 


j^y ( 


Polk 




2 


1 


1 




1 


3 


1 


10 




X7 


p 


St« Johns 












1 




4 


. 2 




A 

\j 


J 


Sarasota 


























Seminole 


7 


15 


8 


8 


o 


lU 




73 


90 


-J 
J 






Sumter 


3 


2 












5 


, 2 




12 


14 


Union 


1 
















:^ 2 




3 




Unk. Origin 


l4* 


41 


21 


1 


2 


8 


7 


5 


7 




106 


3^ 



TOTAL 


355* 


777 


345 


284 


197 


563 


1702; 


1634 


1094 


18 


6969 


5217 , 


* Includes ,1 car 


in September. 


























CAELOT 


SHIPMENTS OF GEEEN CORN BY BAIL OR BOAT 










Avgt Load 
























Season 


Crates 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Total: 


1949-50 


585 




7 


2 




2 


77 


462 


794 


814 


33 


2,191 


1950-51 


565 


1 


2 


4 


4 


13 


210 


657 


992 


437 




2,320 


1951-52 


570 


1 


11 


12 


35-: 


91 


311 


672 


1493 


895 




3,521 


1952-53 


560 




4 


6 


15^ 


129 


467 


1267 


1388 


342 


11 


3,629 


1953-54 


565 - 




10 


64 


162 


321 


511 


1069 


1426 


640 




4, 203 


1954-55 


565 




53 


■ 146 


100 


135 


370 


1030 


2215 


1206 


60 


5,315 


1955-56 


565 


7 


133 


210 


182 


85 


194 


1639 


2142 


1306 




5,923 


1956-57 


565 


38 


80 


30 


263 


386 


458 


762 


1086 


728 


16 


3,84? 


1957-58 


565 


4 


431 


136 


38 


16 




41 


2365 


1120 


33 


4, 184 


1958-59 


655 


114 


306 


105' 


70 


36 


107 


692 


1439 


1202 


28 - 


4,099 



SHIPMENTS OF GEEEN COEK IN MIXED CAES - CAELOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


585 




1 






1 


19 


64 


49 


6 


1950-51 


565 




1 


1 


4 


6 


38 


98 


68 


11 , 


1951-52 


570 




2 


4 : , 


9 


23 


71 


96 


93 


29 


1952-53 


560 




1 


1 ■■■■ 


7 


27 


90 


110 


82 


9 


1953-54 


565 




1 


24 


23 


52 


114 


137 


87 - 


i^-^-^^r— 


1954-55 


565 




5 


32 


29 


33. 


59 


101 


95 


18 


1955-56 


565 


1 


27 


35 


26 


26 


79 


144 


89 


20 


1956-57 


565 




21 


11 


49 


60 


70 


64 


58 




1957-58 


565 




41 


26 


9 


, 2 




8 


94:. ' : 


42 3 


1958-59 


655 




46 


38 


33 


17 


38 


116 


108 


42 



140 
227 
327 
327 
452 
372 
447 
342 
225 
446 



SHIPMENTS OF GREEN COEN BY TRUCK IN CAELOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


500 




35 


11 


18 


23 


208 


680 


920 


800 


40 


2,735* 


1950-51 


500 


12 


43 


18 


37 


42 


253 


830 


1201 


472 




2,908 


1951-52 


500 


1 


17 


62 


117 


239 


502 


916 


1145 


503... 




3,502 


1952-53 


500 


- 1. . 


26 


22 


_ 68 


272 


748 


1103 


1125 


356 ^ 


6 


3,727 


1953-54 


500 




21 


94 


253 


453 


877 


1115 


1107 


403 


5 


4,328 


1954-55 


500 


11 


98 


205 


222 


240 


538 


1190 


1359 


660 


26 


4,549 


1955-56 


500 


18 


260 


215 


255 


194 


478 


1406 


1651 


855 


28 


5,360 


1956-57 


500 


102 


195 


92 


349 


549 


894 


1206 


1402 


720 


24 


5,533 


1957-58 


500 


/ 23 


508 


291 


153 


58 


8 


225 


2561 


1333 


57 


5,217 


1958-59 


500 


a/355 


777 


345 


284 


197 


563 


1702 


1634 


1094 


18 


6,969 


* Includes movement after 


road 


guard 


stations 


closed 


- 237 


in 1950. 











a/ Includes 1 car in September. 



24 



SVJEET com: monthly prices - FRESH I'.IAEKET 



Dollars per Cwt. Season 
Year Oct: Nov: Dec: , Jan: Feb: Mar: Apr; Mayi Jun: Jul: Avg. 



195^-55 


5.50 


4.80 




5.70 


5.30 


5.20 


4.10 


3.00 


3.70 


3.30 


3.88 


1955-56 


5.60 


4.50 


4.00 


5.60 


6.10 


5. 80 


3.65 


3.45 


3.55 


3.55 


3.93 


1956-57 


U.70 


5.50 


6.50 


• 4.80 


4.50 


5.30 


4.50 


4.50 


5.30- 


4. 10 


4.87 


1957-58 


7.20 


3.75 


4.60 


7.60 


7.60 


7.80 


8.00 


3.60 


4.70- 


5.40 


4.21 


1958-59 


'*.15 


3.25 


4. 25 


5. 80 


6.20 


6.00 


5.20 


4.70 


4. 20 


3.50 


4.68 






SWEET, com; 


SHIPMENTS BY 


MONTHS 


IN PERCENT 








Year 


Oct: 


Nov: 


'Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Juii: 


Jul: 


Total: 


195^^-55 


0.1 


1.5 


•3.8 


3.4 


4.0 


9.4 


22.7 


35.9 


18.4 


0.8 


100.0 


1955-56 


0.2 


3.6 


3.9 


3.9 


2.6 


6.4 


27.2 


33.1 


18.6 


0.5 


100.0 


1956-57 


1.^ 


3.1 


1.4 


6.8 


10.2 


14.6 


20.9 


26.2 


15.0 


0.4 


100.0 


1957-58 


0.3 


10.2 


4.7 


2.1 


0.8 


0.1 


2.9 


52.1 


25.9 


0.9 


100.0 


1958-59 


^.1 


9.8 


4.2 


3.4 


2.2 


6.2 


21.8 


27.6 


20.3 


0.4 


100.0 



CUCUMBERS 





CUCUTVIBERS - 


I\LL SEASONS - 


ACRES FOR H/iRVEST - 


BY COUNTIES 






County" 


1952-63 


1953-54 






1956- 57 


1957-58 


- 1958-59 


i^JL ciC LlUcL 


1»U50 




575 


505 


1,2/5 


1 , xUU 










HOC 

125 


100 




150 


^C 


JJX wWCXA u 






150 




1 1 n 

XIU 




d/ 




IOC 

J75 




^.UU 




175 


125 


•7 C 




9fin 
f\j\j 




1,050 


950 


^^^^ 


•JAA 




— — X X X ox^ 


l»o50 




1,275 


1, 2oO 


1 inn 


A "5 CA 


1 AAA 


'■.Columbia 


75 














Dade 


375 




550 






1 • P'ln 
1, 




O.DeSoto 


150 




75 


50 


^5 


95 




^^'Escambia 




1 fin 
xuu 


75 


50 


^5 


5w 




Gadsden 


40 




125 


120 


oo 


ZIO 


CA 


■. Gilchrist 


50 


^50 


IhO 


175 


1 QA 


I'rU 


1 AA 

luu 


. Hamilton 


150 




150 


50 


iiUU 






•'..Hardee 


2, 150 


2, 130 


2,400 


3,000 


3,450 


J, 200 




>■/ Hendry 


1,500 


1,225 


925 


1,225 


1,200 


1,000 


• 1,050 


O'Hi ghlands 


125 


70 


50 


.25 


25 


25 




OJOHillsborough 


-r^: 615 


J too 


: 300 


—200 


250 




^50 


.;• Holmes 




V 200 


75 


70 


100 


50 


25 


Indian River 


b/135 














J ackson 


325 


505 




jyj 


475 




315 


Jefferson 


. .. 150 


ii'. 1^0 


150 


50 








Lake 


.oc . 225 


- 175 


J 75 


75 


75 


75 


75 


-'•-Ijee-r, 


3,750 


"3,950 


"2,950 


2,150 


2,225 


.2,350 


1,875 


_i.Le(an ' 


75 


110 


- 215 


35. 


£/ 


b/300 


100 


Levy 


40 


25 


75 


50 


25 


^ 35 


25 


Madison 




M5 


400 


140 


225 


320 


100 


Manatee 


525 


. 465 


250 


175 


150 


150 


25 


.L'arion 


^ 125 


150 


^ 85 


85 


125 


175 


... 150 


CJvlartin 


±'. ...... 500 


' , 645 


7^00 


7Sp 


850 


a/875 




7 Okaloosa 
















Orange and Seminole 300 


375 


250 


165 


275 


100 


•:: 110 


Palm Beach 


700 


670 


1,400 


1,975 


2,850 


2,725 


d/3,350 


Folk 


,50 


A 50 


'50 


50 


50 


150 


150 


Stj. Lucie 


,,0:^ ■ a/ 260 


a/ 100 




50 


285 






^enta Rosa 


■ V 200 


~^i80 












^ufflter 


550 


"1*25 


275 


'250 


400 


550 


700 


Suwtannee 


75 


175 




125 








Union 


150 


170 


100 


75 


165 


125 


ioo 


Volusia, 










60 


25 




Uashington 




■ 50 












Other Counties 


360 


'265 


.._i435 


350 


350 


- 405.:' 


: \ 550 


.^V,^ TOTAL 


18,500 


18,700 


.16,; 100 


16,000 


18,850 


, 18, 150 : 


; 15,050 


— ra/ Includes Okeechobee acreage. 


b/ Includes 


Brevard 


acreage. 


c/ Includes 


Jefferson 


acreage. 


- d/ Broweird and- 


ifertin included 


in "Falm Beach 


acreage. 







25 



* CUCUI>iE£HS - ALL SEASONS - ACEEAGE, PBODUCTION MP VALUE - STATE SUIILIABY 



Season Acreage Yield Production Average Price Total Value 
Planted For Harvest Per Acre Total Of Value Per (Sl»QOO) 









Cwt . 


Bu. 


1/ -1,000 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu. 


-- 


19^9-50 


16,950 


li^,300 


77 1 


:i6oi 


1 1,097 


1,080 


$ 6.00 1 


:2.88; 


I § 6,i*85 


1950-51 


18,800 




106 1 


221 


1 ■ Ifil** 


1,270 


5.51 1 


:2.6i* 


• 6,995 


1951-52 


17,600 


15>600 


86 .( 


179 


) 1,3^8 


l,3'+8 


7.82 1 


3.75 


1 10,5^5 


1952-53 


21,600 


18,500 


82 1 


171 


1 1,521 


1,521 


6.53 ( 


3.13 


1 9,929 


1953-5^ 


20,700 


18,700 


87 1 


181 


1 1,63** 


1,^*12 


5.67 1 


'2.72 


1 8,005 


195^-55 


19,000 


16,100 


98 1 


20i* 


1 1,58^ 


l,i*86 


6.21 i 


:2.98 


) 9,23i* 


1955-56 


18,600 


16,000 


97 ( 


202; 


1 . . 1,552 


1,515 


6.i*2 1 


;3.08; 


1 9,726 


1956-57 


21,600 


18,850 


89 * 


185] 


1.. 1,675 


1^631 


6.96 1 


3.3i^ 


1 ,11,358 


19i?-58 


22, 950 - 


18,150 


- 86 1 


179 


r-: 1,562 


1,283 


5.92 ( 


2.8i* 


1 7,599 


1958-59 


17,000 


15,050 


90 i 


:i87; 


> . 1,350 


1,215 


7.60 ( 


'3.65; 


1 9,236 



l/- Conversion Factor 48 pounds per tushel or 2,083 "bushels per cwt. 
*" : Includes acreages grown specifically . for pickles. 



CUCUlilBERS - ALL SEASONS - ACEEAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS 1958-1959 
(includes cucum"bers for pickles) 



Counties 


« 


Acreage 


• 


Yield 


: Production 


and Areas 


• 


Planted : For 


Harvest J 


Bushels 


: , Total 


: Harvested 


V/est Florida Area 














Calhouji 




75 




100 






Escamtia 




25 


2? 


60 


1. 500 


1.500 


Holmes 




25 


25 


60 ^ 


1,500 


1,500 


Gadsden and Jackson 




585 


365 


101 


36,875 


36,875 


Area Total 




710 


490 


97 


47,375 


47,375 


iTorth Florida Area 














Alachua 




1,175 




14*; 




1 17. ono 


Bradford 




75 


f J 


'■J J 


10. 12*5 


■ 9.375 


Gilchrist 




100 


100 


155 


15,500 


15,000 


Hamilton 




75 


75 


118 


8,875 


8,625 


Leon C'^ 




100 


100 


60 


6,000 


6,000 


Levy ' V 




25 


25 


160 


4,000 


3,750 


Taedison 




165 1- 


100 


112 


11,250 


1Q,500 


Marion 




150 


150 


173 


2o, 000 


25, 000 


Uni on 




100 


•1 r\r\ 
lUU 




12.000 


11. 2*50 


Area Total 




1,965 


1, 025 






206. 'iOO 


Csntral Florida Area 














Lake 




75 


f > 




--^^ 12,000 


11,250 


Orange and Seminole 




130 


110 


17^ 


19,100 


17,750 


ounter 




900 


700 


169 


118,000 


110,000 


Area Total 




1,105 


885 


168 


149, 100 


139,000 


ttauchula-Hillsborough-Manatee Area 










Hardee 




2,U00 - 


2,i*00 


282 


- .676,500 


579,500 


Hilisliorough 




350 


350 


147 


> 51,500 


47,000 


Manatee 




25 


25 


135 


3,375 


3,125 


Polk 




150 


150 


90 


13,500 


12,000 


Aieea Total 




2,925 


2,925 


255 


744,875 


641,625 


Fort Myers "Immokalee 


Area 












Charlotte _ ;;, . 




325 


300 


20J 


61,000 


' 56,000 


Collier 'I';-'"' 




1,100 - 


1,000 


267 




247,575 


Hendry 




1,150 


1,050 


263 


' 276,000 


243,000 


Lee 




2,175 


1,875 


217 


407,800 


356,675 


Area Total 




i^,750 


i^.225 


239 


1,011,375 


903,250 


Lower East Coast Area 












Dade 




1,025 


1,000 


92 


92,000 


84, 500 


Palm Beach, Broward 


& Mart. 3,950 


3,350 


143 


479,625 


444,375 


Area Total 




^,975 


^^,350 


131 . 


571,625 


-528,875 


Other Counties - - 




570 


550 


117 > 


64,400 


62,375 


State ^otal - Fresh 




l6,i4O0 


14,500 


187 


2,780,000 


2,496,000 


State Total - Pickles 


1/ 


600 


550 


60 


33,000 


33,000 



1^/ North and V/est Florida regular pickle contracts only. 



26 



CUCUMBEKS - FALL - ACEES FOH HAEVEST - BY COUNTIES 



County 


1952 




1953 


195^^ 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1953 




J50 






20 


25 


30 


75 






















25 




25 




Browajrd: 


^0 






75 


50 


50 


25 




50 






200 




350 


500 


UQO 


175 




150 


200 


Collier 

w W A A O A 






475 






it 50 




•+50 




Dade 


^0 




200 


200 


150 


100 




5U 


100 


DeSoto 


50 








25 












'Gadsden 










-50 


60 


150 






e/ 65 


.Gilchrist 










25 


25 


30 




15 




Hardee 


950 




780 


1, 200 


1. 500 


1, 600 


1,600 


Ic l&O 


Hendry 






U25 


ilOO 


600 


450 






^(■00 


Hi aYi\ flT\(4 *5 








20 


25 












Hi 11 si rough 


175 






95 


100 


ioo 


50 




1 on 


200 


Indir^n Stiver 


a/ 85 




















Jackson 












30 


25 




- 


e/ 
zJ 


Jefferson 










50 












Lake 


100 






50 














Lee 


1, 100 


1 




200 


1,000 


950 


800 




900 


950 


Manatee 


75 






65 


175 


100 


50 




100 




Marion 


25 






25 


25 


35 


25 




75 


50 


Iiiartin 


150 ' 




100 


25 


75 


d/l85 




200 




Orange and Seminole 


125 




100 


150 


90 


~ 125 




75 


50 


Palm Beach 


200 




150 


300 


550 


650 




950 


f/l»350 


St« Lucie and Glades 


■b/l75 




100 


c/ 25 




d/ 








Stimter 


150 






50 


75 


50 


50 




200 


200 


Union 


50 








25 


25 


65 




50 


25 


Other Counties 


165 






35 


150 


80 


95 




185 


210 


TOTAL 


5,000 


4, /too 


5,000 


5,300 


5,200 


5i 


,800 


5»300 


a/ Includes Brevard. 


h/ Includes St. 


Lucie and Okeechobee only. 


c/ Includes St. Lucie 


onlyc 


tt/ St« Lufis irrnl iirl Ar^ 


in Martin. 


e/ Jackson included 


in Gadsden. 


f/ Martin included in 


L Palm 


~ Beach* 






















CUCUMBEBS - FALL 


- ACEEAGE, 


PEODUCTION 


AND VALUE - 


STATE SUMMABY 






Year Acreage 




Yield 


Production 


Average Price 


..' Total Value 


Planted For 


Harvest 


Per 


Acre 


Total 


Of Value 


Per 












Cwt. 




Bu. 


1,000 Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu. 


1,00c 


1 Dollars 


19^9 kfZOO 


3,700 


101 




:2ioi 


1 37^ 


37** 


$ ^^.15 1 


;i.99; 




$ 1»552 


1950 200 


3,100 


101 




210 


1 313 


313 


6.25 I 


3.00 




1,956 


1951 ^,200 


3,300 


96 




200 


1 317 


317 


9.05 ( 


4.3^ 




2,869 


1952 5,800 


5,000 


86; 




179 




430 


5.70 . ( 


2.74] 




2;':'53 


1953 5,200 


'♦,'K)0 


101^^ 




210 


1 


iH3 


5.20 / ( 


.2.50 




2, 148 


195** 5,100 


5,000 


113 s 




235 


1 565 


517 


5.20 ( 


2.50 




2,688 


1955 ' 5,500 


5,300 


120 f 




250 


1 636 


599 


5.20 ( 


.2.50 




3.115 


1956 6,000 • 


5,200 


115' 




^240 


1 598 


572 


6.50 ( 






3; 718 


1957 6,800 • 


5,800 


95 




198 


1 551 


k&\ 


5.60 ( 


2.69 


1 


2,694 


1958 5,500 


5,300 


110 




'229j 


\ 583 


517 


5.90 ( 


.2.83) 




3,030 



CUCUMBEBS - FALL - ACiffiAGE AHD PBODUCTIOM BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1958 



Counties 


; Acreage 


• 


Yield 




Production — 


and Areas 


: Planted : For Harvest : • 


Bushels 




Total 


: Harvested 


Vi/est Florida Area 














Gadsden and Jackson 


150 


65 


25^ 




16»500 


16,500 


North Florida Area 














Marion 


50 


50 


250 




.. 12,500- 


12,500 ^ 


Union 


25 


25 


150 




3,750 


3,750; 


Madison 


65 
















Area Total 


140 


75 


217 




16,250 


16,250 . 


Central Florida Area 














Orange and Seminole 


50 


50 


190"- 




-7. 9,500 


: 3^,750 ■ 


Sumter 


. . ; 200 


200 


190 




-v^'-38»000 


35»000 


Area Total 


250 


250 


190 




47,500 


4J,750 


Wauchula-Billsborough-Manatee Area 












Hardee 


1,100 


1,100 


290 




319,000 


280,500 


Hillsborough 


200 


200 


175 




35,000 


32.000 


Area Total 


1,300 


1,300 


272 




35^,000 


3125500 



Continued 



27 



Continued 



CUCUIJBEHS - FALL - ACBEAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AHD AREA S" - 1958 



Counties 


: Acreage . 


» 
• 


Yield : . 


Production 


and Areas 


: Planted 


I For Harvest : 




iotal 


• Harvested 


Fort Myers- Inunokalee Area 












Cheirlotte 


200 


200 




205 


Ul,000 


37,000 


Loi j.ier 




HVJU 














UOO 




300 


120.000 


100*000 


Lee 


1,000 


950 




250 


237,500 


199,500 


Area Total 


2,000 


1,950 




252 


490,500 


420,500 


Lower East Coast Area 














Dade 


100 


100 




170 


17,000 


15,500 






1,350 




178 


240,000 


219,750 










177 


257,000 


235, 250 


utner bounties 


210 






158 


JJ»250 


31, 250 


State Total 


5,500 


5,300 




229 


1, i£l^j UUU 


1, U^O, UUU 




CUCUMBEES 


T 1 T m TT^ 

- \/INTEfi - 


ACEES 


FOE HAEVEST - 






Coiinty 


1953 


1954 


1955 


1750 


1957 


1958 1959 


Broward 


75 


50 


50 


50 




- 


Charlotte 


150 


150 


50 


50 


a/ 




Collier 


450 


275 


375 


250 


250 


50 


Dade 


125 


100 


200 


150 


425 


300 


Hendry 


200 


125 


125 


75 


300 




Lee 


1,000 


1»050 


750 


350 


^(575 


?/ 


Martin 






200 




75 


- h/50(/ 


Palm Beach 


200 


350 


700 


if25 


850 


Other Counties 


100 


100 


50 


50 


90 




TOTAL 


2»300 


2,200 


2,500 


1,500 


2,600 


900 



a/ Included in Lee acreage. b/ Martin included in Palm Beach acreage. 



CUCUMBEES - V/INTEE - ACBEAGE, PEODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMABY 



Year 


Acreage 




Yield 


Production 


Average Price 


Total Value 




Planted For 


Harvest 


Per Acre 


. Total 


Of 


Value 


Per 












Cwt. 


Bu. 


1,000 


1 Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu. 


1,000 Dollars 


1950 


2,800 


2,600 


101 1 


[210] 


1 263 




263 


$ 6.75 < 


;3.24] 


1 $ 1,775 


1951 


3,200 


500 


48 1 


100 


1 24 




24 


17.70 i 


8.50 


1 425 


1952 


2,200 


1,600 


74 1 


15^ 


1 118 




118 


12.80 1 


6.14 


• ;. 1,510 


1953 


2,900 


2,300 


58 1 


121 


1 133 




133 


9.05 ( 


4.34 


1 1,204 


1954 


2,300 


2,200 


70 1 


146 






154 


12.10 ( 


5.8I 


( . 1,863 


1955 


3,300 


2,500 


65 1 


135 


1 ■162 




162 


9.15 1 


4.39 


1 1,482 


1956 


3,000 


N 1,500 


62 1 


129 


1 •;93 




93 


- 8.30 i 


3.98 


1 772 


1957 


3,300 


c2,600 


85 ' 


'177] 


1 221 




221 


: 8.10 


'3. 89] 


1 1,790 


1958 


2,700 




















1959 


1,900 


I ■ 900 


50 1 


(104) 45 






15.00 (7.20) 


675 




CUCmiBEES 


- VmJTEE - 


ACREAGE 


AND 


PEODUCTION 


BY 


COUNTIES 


AND AREAS ■ 


- 1959 



Counties 
and Areas 



Acreage 



Yield 



Production 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Bushels 



Total 



Harvested 



Fort Myers -Immokalee Area 

Charlotte - 25 

Collier 15O 

Hendry 100 

Lee 300 




50 



50 




82 


81 





4,075 



4,050 



C- 
^*075 


4,050 



Area Total 



575 



100 



81 



8,125 



8,125 



Lower East Coast Area 
Dade 325 
Martin & Palm Beach (E) 1,000 



300 

500 



110 

106 



33,000 
52,875 



33,000^ 
52,875 



Area Total 



800 



107 



8 5>87 5. 



94,000 



State Total 



1,900 



900 



104 



94,000 



26 



CUCUMBEES - SPRING - ACRES FOE HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



( Includes Cucumbers for Pickles) 



County 


1953 


1954 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


Alachua 


; 1,000 


1,275^ 


550 


475 


1,200 


1,075 


900 


Bradford 


75 


250 


125 


100 


175 


125 




Broward 


150 


30 


50 


150 


50 




75 


i/ 


Calhovm 


375 


500 


200 


200 


175 


125 


75 


Charlotte 


350 


450 


500 


500 


300 


150 


100 


Collier 


700 


675 


500 


610 


600 


900 


550 


Colum'bia 


75 






- 


- 










Dad© 


200 






150 


375 


450 


1,200 


600 


DeSoto 


100 


100 


50 


50 


25 






- 


Escambia 




100 


' 75 


50 


25 




50 


25 


Gadsden 


40 






75 


60 


100 


150 


- 


Gilcbrist 


50 


9 fin 


■ 115 


150 


150 


125; 


100 


Hamilton 


150 


250 


150 


50 


200 


135 


75 


Hardee 


1,200 


1,350 


1,200 


1,500 


1,850 


1,600 


1,300 


Heudry 


800 


675 


400 


/ 550 


450 


450 


650 


Highlands 


75 


50 


25 


25 


25 






- 


Hillsborough 




375 


200 


100 


200 


. 200 


150 


Holnes . . ; , 


- 


200 


■ 75 ; ; 


70 


100 




50 


25 


Indian River':" — ■• 


a/ 50 


a/ 70 




. 


- 






- : 


Jackson 


325 


565 


575 


565 


450 


255, 


300 


Jefferson 


150 


130 


100 


50 


_ 








Lake 


125 


125 


75 


75 


75 




75 


75 


lee ■ 


1»650 


1,700 


1,200 


850 


900 


1,,'*50 


875 


Leon 


75 


110 


215 


35 


- 


b/300 


100 


Levy 




25 


75 


50 


25 




25 


25 


Madison 


^ ^475 


415 


. 400 ■ 


140 


225 


320 


100 


Manatee 


450 


400 


75 


75 


100 




50 


■ •- 25 


iidaxion 


100 


125 


60 


50 


100 


100 


.100,:: 


iaxtin 


350 


4iai 


275 


525 


700 


c/675 




Okalqosa 


150 






- ■ 


- 


- 








Orange and Seminole 


175 


275 


100 


75 


150 




25 


66 


Palm Beach 


. 300 


170 


400 


1,000 


1,350 


1,775 


d/ 1,500 


Polk , 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


150 


150 


Sto Lucie 


85 


30 


50 ; 


50 


175 






- 


Santa Rosa 


" ; 200 


80 






- 






- 


Sumter 


:< .400 


375 - .. 


20d 


200 


■ ; . ..i .. 350 


350 


500 


Suvvamjee 


J-75 


175;- 


- 


125 










Union " 


100 


125 




50 


100 




75 


75 


Volusia 












60 




25 




Viashihgton 




50 














Other Counties 


95 


165 


235 


220 


.165 


290 


340 


■ TOTAL 


11,200 


12,100 ; 


8,600 


9,200 


11,050 


12,3.50 


8,850 


a/ Includes Brevard. 


b/ Jeffe 


rson included in Leon* 


c/ Okeechobee included in Martin* 


a/ Broward and Martin included 


in Palm 


Beach. 












„ • CUCtMBERS - SPRING - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE-' 


•r'' STATE SUMMARY 












(Fresh Market) 












Yfiar Acreage 




Yield 


Production 


Average Price 




Total Value" 


Planted For 


Harvest 


Per Acre 


Total 


Of Value 


Per 






($1,000) 






Cwt. 


Bu. 


1^000 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu. 






1950 8,900 


7,100 


.60 ( 


;i25] 


~- 426. 


409 


$ 7.50 1 


[3.60; 


I 


$ 3,068 


1951 10,700 


10,000 


115 < 


240 


L... 1, 150 ■• ' 


. 906 


■ -5.-00 - ( 


:2.4o: 




4,530 


1952 8,900 


8,600 


94 ( 


.196 


1 808 


808 


7.10 1 


;3.^i] 




5,737 


1953 10,200 


9,300 


96 ( 


;20o; 


I 893 


893 


6.75 ( 


3.24 




6,028 


195^ 11,100 


10,300 


94 ( 


196 


1 968 


777 


4.90 ( 


2.35 




3,807 


1955 8,800 


7,<30O 


113 ( 


,235 


1 791 


741 


6.65 1 


3.19 




4,928 


1956 . 6,900 


8,200 


96 ( 


.200 


) ' 787 


787 


7.30 I 


3.50 




5,745 


1957 11,300 


10,200 


82 ( 


.171 


1 ■ 836 


818 


7.10 ( 


>3.4l 




5,808 


1958 12,700 


11*700 


65 1 


> 177 


1 • 994 


785 


6. 20 < 


2.98 




4,867 


1959 ^..^,000 


8,300 


85 ( 


.177] 


1 706 


637 


•■■^.60 ( 


.4. 13 J 




5,^78 , 



•' '«..'- 



Continued 



29 



CUCUMBEitS - SPfiING - ACBEAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE ShTMABU 
(Processing) 



Year 


Acreage 


HcLP V 6 5 V 


Yield 
Per Acre 


Production 
Total Of Value 


Average Price 
Per 


Total Value 

\ vl, \J\J\J J 








Cwt» 


Bu. 


■ 1,000 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu. 




1950 


1»050 


900 


38 ( 


: 80^ 


1 3^ 




$ 2.65 I 


;i.27l 


1 $ 90 


1951 


700 


700 


38 ( 


; 80 


1 27 


27 


3.11 1 


1.^9] 


1 84 


1952 


2,300 


2, 100 


50 ( 


^105 


1 105 


105 


i+.09 1 


1.96 


1 '4'29 


1953 


2,700 


1,900 


3^* < 


> 70; 


1 65 


65 


3.78 1 


1.81] 




195^ 


2, 100 


1,800 


38 ( 


, 80, 


1 68 


68 


2.75 1 


1.32) 


1 187 


1955 


1,800 


1,600 


{ 


85] 


1 66 


66 


2.06 1 


.99 


1 136 




1 onn 

I , CV\J 


1, UUU 


36 ( 


> 75 


1 36 


36 


2.61 1 


1.25 


1 QL. 
1 7'*' 


1957 


1,000 


850 


2U ( 


> 50 


1 20 


20 


2.10 1 


1.00 


1 i*2 


1958 


750 


650 


26 ( 


> 55 


\ 17 


17 


Z.Zk 1 


1.05 


1 38 


1959 


600 


550 


29 ( 


! 60 


1 16 


16 


2.08 1 


.1.00; 


1 33 



CUCUMBERS - SPRING - ACRSIGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1959 
(includes Cucumbers for Pickles) 



Co\inties ' 


Acreage 


• 
• 


Yield 


\ Production 


and Areas : Planted : For 


Harvest 


Bushels 


: Total 


: Harvested 


West Florida 












Calhoun 


75 


75 


100 


7,500 


7,500 


Escambia 


25 


25 


60 


1,500 


1,500 


Holmes " 


25 


25 


60 


1,500 


1,500 


Jackson 


i*35 


300 


68 


20,375 


20,375 


Area Total 


560 


425 


73 


30.875 


30.875 


North Florida Area 












Alachua 


1»175 


900 


1^5 


130,500 


117,000 


Bradford 


75 


75 


135 


10,125 


9,375 


Gilchrist 


100 


100 


155 


15,500 


15,000 


Hamilton 


75 


75 


118 


8,875 


8,625 


Leon 


100 


100 


60 


6,000 


6,000 


Lev7 


25 


25 


160. 


4, 000 


3,750 


Ivladis on 










1 n crtn 
lu, ^uu 


Marion 


100 


100 








Tin 1 mi 


CD 


75 


110 


ft. 






1,00 




nii 


^UOf (JvJU 


4 OA OCA 

i.7U, Cj\} 














Lake 






lOU 




1 1 9';n 


Orange and Seminole 


80 


60 


160 


9.600 


9,000 


Sumter 


700 


500 


160 


80,000 


75,000 


Area Total 


855 


635 


160 


101,600 


95,250 


Wauchula-Hillshorough-LIanatee 


Area 










Hardee 


lt300 


1,300 


275 


. 357,500 . 


299,000 


Hillshorough 


150 


150 


110 


16,500 


15,000 


Manatee 


25 


25 


135 


3,375 


3,125 


Polk 


150 


150 


90 


13,500 


12,000 


Area Total 


1,625 


1,625 


241 


390,875 


329,125 


Fort Myers-Immokalee Area 












Charlotte 


100 


100 


200 


20,000 


19,000 


Collier 


550 


550 


310 


170,500 


159,500 


Hendry - - 


650 


650 


240 


156,000 


143,000 


Lee 


875 


875 


190 


166,250 


153,125 


Area Total 


2,175 


2, 175 


236 


512,750 


474,625 


Lower East Coast Area 












Dade 


600 


600 


70 


42,000 


36,000 


Palm Beach (e), Broward, 












and Martin 


1,600 


1,500 


124 


186,750 


171,750 


Area Total 


2,200 


2,100 


109 


228,750 


207,750 


Other Counties 


360 


340 


92 


31,150 


31,125 


State Total - Fresh 


9,000 


8,300 


177 


1,471,000 


1,326,000 


State Total - Pickles 1/ 


600 


550 


60 


33,000 


33,000 



\j Includes north and west Florida reg\alar pickle contracts only. 



30 



CUCLMBEES 



COUNTY SHIPMENTS IN CAH L0I3 BY RAIL - SEASON 1958-1959 

585 bushels per car) 



(Approximate Loading - 
Oct? Nov: Tec: Jan: Feb: 



Mar: Apr: May: Jun: 



1958-59 
Total; 



1957-58 
Total: 

















20 




20 


60 


Bradford 




















? 


Broward 


7 


23 


14 


21 


8 18 


27 


5 




123 


205 


Collier 




12 


39 


5 


16 


hi 






119 " 


127 


Bade 










1 








1 


23 


Gilchrist 














6 




6 


9 


Hardee 


6 


58 


6 






h\ 


58 




169 


290 


Hendry 
















22 


Hillsborough 


1 


U 








6 


1 




12 


36 


Lee 




55 


31 


2 


10 


40 


2 




140 


146 


Manatee 
















1 


Marion 














2 , 




2 


ii 


Martin 


1 


10 


2 








1 - 




14 


30 


Palm Beach 




1 


1 






12 






14 




Polk 














2 




2 




St* Johns 




















1 


Seminole 


















1 


Stjmter 




1 










11 


1 


13 


36 



TOTAL 



15 164 



93 



28 



8 



45 



173 



108 



635 



1039 







(Conversion 


Factor 


- 585 bushels 


per 


car) 






Alachua 
















5 


5 


12 


Bradford 




















1 


Broward 


1 


33 


^1 


32 


13 


' . -•■ 22 


23 


3 


''■?168' 


-'458 


Collier 






1 


1 




1 


2 




5 


:C- 6 


Bade 




















>■ ■ ■ 3 


Hardee 




1 


1 








3 




7 


14 


Hendry 




















. 1 


Hillsborough 




3 








.4 -1^ .. 


4 


5 >• ■ 


35 12 


15 


Lee 




1 


5 , ' 


3 


1 


2 


3 




^ 15 


3 


Marion 














1 


1 . 


2 


■^l 2 


Martin 




















:.■ 3 


Palm Beach 




4 


3 


1 


1 


1 


4 


1 


■ 15 


11 


Sumter 
















5 


5 


6 


TOTAL 


1 


42 


51 


37 


15 


26 


40 


22 


234 


235 



CUCUMBERS - COUNTY SHIPMENTS IN CAKLOT EQUIVALENTS BY TBUCK - SEASON 195&- 1959 









(Conversion 


Factor 


- 450 bushels) 










Alachua 




1 








123 


4 


128 


178 


Bradford 
















5 


1 


6 


6 


Broward 


_ -29 


188 


288 


354 


217 


401 


223 


75 


1 


1776 


19^8 


Collier 




24 


46 


9 


1 


115 


93 


5 




293 


309 


Bade 


6 


14 


15 


19 


14 


35 


19 


5 




127 


156 


Duval 


1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


2 


5 


8 


1 


24 


27 


Gilchrist 
















13 


3 


16 


18 


Hardee 


118 


271 


37 


11 


1 




156 


166 


1 


761 


941 


Hendry 




















10 


Highlands 






1 








1 






2 


1 


Hillsborough 


12 


64 


12 


8 


2 


6 


52 


84 


10 


250 


334 


Lake 


1 


1 










1 


1 


4 


14. 


Lee 


16 


188 


144 


61 


25 


>:..99 


,v 141 


27 - 




701 




Manqitee '\ 




2 














3 


13 


I<!acion 


'9 : 


5 


1 










'31 


1 


50 


70 


Martin 




5 


2 






1 


'4 


2 




14 


53 


Oraijge 


';• .-1 ■ 


: 1 










2 


■ 18 


7 


29 


54 


Paliq Beach . 


3 


64 


51 


68 


53 


108 


178 


50 




575 


495 


Polk 




1 


1 




2 


1 


8 




13 


8 


St* Lucie 


1 


5 


5 






1 


3 






15 


10 


Seminole 


1 


6 


8 


8 


4 


6 


9 


-12 - 


1 


55 - 


-- — 9t ■ 


Sumter 




11 










4 


: :46 


it- 


85 


; m 


•UnitJii,-. - .' 
















7 




7 


12: 


Unknovfn Origin 


'29 


ido 


55 


5 


' 4 


4 








197 




TOTAL 


247 


953 


669 


545 


322 


780 


894 


686 


35 


5131 


5487 



31 



CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF CUCUMBEfiS BY HAIL OK BOAT 





Avg. Load 
























Season 


Bushels 


Sept: 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Eec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Total : 


1 9/j.9_?0 


U75 




42 


161 

X X 


l49 


34 


43 


52 


5 


254 


48 


788 




460 




41 


123 


27 


5 


4 


1 

X 


511 


656 


32 


1»400 




465 




38 
•i 


5? 


68 


1 9 


16 




259 


566 


1 

X 


1. 023 




450 




65 


73 


105 


1 




174 


340 


244 


4 


1,028 




450 






206 


239 




?5 


Cw 


23 5 


521 


1 


1. 294 




450 




55 

. ./J 


247 


119 

A A 7 


67 


?8 


3 


511 


420 


19 


1.469 




450 


1 


162 


222 


133 


54 


56 


162 


268 


85 


7 


1,150 


1956-57 


450 




93 


199 


73 


111 


38 


76 


150 


241 




981 


1957-58 


535 




61 


134 


51 


25 


33 


30 


164 


526 


15 


1,039 
635 


1958-59 


585 




15 


164 


93 


28 


8 


45 


173 


108 


1 



SHIPl'iENTS OF CUCTJMBERS IN MIXED CAES - CAHLOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


475 


7 


9 


46 


39 


41 


44 


11 


39 


4 


240 


1950-51 


460 


2 


16 


5 


11 


18 


20 


54 


64 


1 


191 


1951-52 


465 


4 


9 


24 


44 


31 


15 


35 


86 


3 


251 


1952-53 


450 


18 


26 


33 


34 


29 


48 


47 


40 




275 


1953-5'+- 


^50 


- - .--....I 


20 


36 


39 


34 


23 


43 


70 




266 


195^^-55 


450 


3 


33 


38 


60 


47 


34 


44 


37 


7 


303 


1955-56 


450 


7 


39 


80 


60 


38 


49 


88 


35 


1 


397 


1956-57 


450 


3 


16 


69 


74 


59 


56 


51 


58 




386 


1957-58 


535 


7 


39 


32-. 


, 14 


.4 


8. 


45 


79 


7 


235 


1958-59 


585 ' 


i 


42 


51 " 




15 


26 


40 


22 




234 






SHIPMENTS OF 


CUCIM 


BERS BY 


TRUCK 


IN CAELOT EQUIVALENTS 









1949-50 


420 




193 


512 


503 


395 


444 


647 


399 


878 


150 


4,121 


1950-51 


450 




229 


606 


281 


172 


153 


122 


1204 


1317 


87 


4,171 


1951-52 


450 


3 


S 211 


; 454 


416 


457 


381 


297 


1256 


1337 


73 


4,885 


1952-53 


450 


23 


314 


722 


540 


425 


400 


1137 


1395 


882 


5^ 


5»892 


1953 -5^* 


450 




- 78 


690 


587 


583 


441 


531 


1295 


1095 


20 


5,323 


1954-55 


450 


a/ 3 


374 


846 


640 


751 


490 


462 


1304 


793 


84 


5,747 


1955-56 


450 


~ 5 


: 521 


881 


728 


623 


623 


959 


1171 


904 


b/135 


6,550 


1956-57 


450 




401 


1008 


749 


843 


703 


978 


1227 


1191 


~ 24 


7,124 
5,^87 


1957-58 


450 




399 


^967 


430 


381 


327 


423 


857 


1525 


178 


1958-59 


450 




:: 247 


953 


669 


545 


322 


780 


894 


686 


35 


5,131 



a/ Includes 1 car in August. b/ Includes 1 car in July. 

CUCUMBEBS - IMPORTS VIA FLORIDA FORTS - CAELOT EQUIVALENTS - OTHEB THAN STHAIGHT BAIL 

This portion of the imports is either shipped "by truck and mixed cars or consumed locally. In 
case of shipments it is included in the records of truck and mixed car equivalents from Florida 
shovm ahove. 



1954-55 






81 


442 


525 


319 


23 






1j390 


1955-56 






100 


496 


672 


487 








1,755 


1956-57 






166 


637 


590 


187 








1,580 


1957-58 






128 


450 


378 


478 


173 






1,607 


1958-59 






134 


5^+3 


4i6 


156 








1,249 




cucumbers: 


MONTHLY 


PRICES 


- FRESH MARKET 














Dollars 


per Cwt. 










Season" 


Year 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Fet: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Avg. 


1954-55 


7.20 


3.75 


6.20 


7.80 


6.90 


12.90 


6.90 


6.20 


6.60 


6.21 


1955-56 


3.95 


5.20 


6.20 


8.30 


8.20 


8.50 


6.20 


8.50 


5.20 


6.42 


1956-57 


4,50 


6.40 


7.90 


6.40 


9.00 


9»60 


7.50 


5.60 


6.50 


6.96 


1957-58 


4.40 


4.40 


10.50 








10.30 


4.70 


4.30 


5.92 


1958-59 


7.50 


4.90 


6.90 


12,00 


15.00 


8,85 


7.60 


10.60 


6,00 


7.60 



cucumbers: shipments by months in percei^t 



Year 


Oct: 


Nov; 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feh: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Total: 


195^-55 V , : 


5.8 


15.0 


10.6 


11.7 


7.5 


6.6 


24.7 


16.6 


1.5 


100.0 


1955-56 ■ 


8.5 


14. 1 


11.6 


9.5^ 




14.5 


18^9 


12.6 


1.8 


100. 


1956-57 


5.9 


14.4 


10.5 


12.1 


9:4 


13.1 


16.8 


17.5 


0.3 


100.0 


1957-58 


6.9 


16.9 


7.6 


6.2 


5^4 


6.8 


15.8 


31.5 


2.9 


100.0 


1958-59 


4.4 


19.3 


l3o6 


10.2 


5.7 


14.2 


18.4 


13.6 


0.6 


100.0 



32 







iujjj OXUiOVJlMO — 




juxiXlViljOl — 








County 


1952-53 


1953-54 


1954-55 


1955-56 




1957-50 


\ eft CO 


Alachua 


190 


195 


7~7^ 

165 


235 


235 


215 


165 


Bradford 


- 


- 


35 


50 


40 


25 


25. 


Broward 


485 


435 


490 


665 


650 


500 




Charlotte 


40 


50 


50 






— 




Collier 


75 


75 


75 


. a/ 100 


a/ 65 






Gilchrist 


35 


— 


25 


15 


15 


b/ 55 


b/ 25 


Hardee 


160 


125 


150 


125 


100 


100 


50 


Hernando 


125 


200 


85 


50 


- 


.50 




Hillsborough 


300 


300 


400 


375 


350 


425 


350 


Lake and Sumter 


25 


- 


25 


35 


— 


35 


50 


Lee 


335 


225 


260 


175 


90 


60 


150 


Manatee 


150 


130 


50 


100 


35 


75 


75 


Meirion 


85 


50 


100 


85 


100 


IpQ 


105 


Palm Beach 


555 


485 


500 


665 


760 


885 


860 


Polk 


25 


25 


25 


25 


15 






Seminole and Orange 




Let 






■ 


: i. ■ 


'■J 


Other Counties 


115 


65 


90 


175 


220 


245 


315 


TOTAL 


2,800 


2,400 


2,550 


2,950 


2,700 


2,900 


2,900 



a/;Includes Hendry acreage* b/ Includes Union acreage* 



EGGPLANT - ALL SEASONS - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUmiABY 



Season Acreage Yield Production Average Price Total Value 
Planted For Harvest Per Acre Total Of Value Per (Sl.OOO) 









Cwt. 


Bu. 


1/ 1,000 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu. 




1949-50 


2,850 


2,600 


105 1 


;3i8) 


1 274 ' 


260 


$ 4.91 ( 


;i.62) 


1 $ 1,276 


1950-51 


2,300 


2,200 


103 1 


312 


1 226 


226 


5.87 1 


1.94 


1 1,326 


1951-52 


2,700 


2,550 


127 1 


385 


\ 3Z5 - 


325 


,5.90 ( 


1.'95 


1 1,916 


1952-53 


3,000 


2,800 


109 1 


330 


1 304:. 


304 


5.14 ( 


1.70 


1 1,562 


1953-54 


2,450 


2,400 


126 1 


382 


1 303 : 


303 


5.09 < 


1.68 


1 1,543 


1954-55 


2,600 


2,550 


122 1 


370; 


1 311 


295 


5>28 1 


1. 74 


\ 1,557 


1955-56 


3,000 


2,950 


118 I 


358 


\ 348 


328 


4.62 ( 


1.52 


\ U515 


1956-57 


2,700 


2,700 


121 1 


367 


1 327 


327 


5.22 < 


1.72 


1 1,706 


1957-58 


3,100 


2,900 


86 1 


259 


1 248 


224 


. 6.85 < 


2.26 


1 1,535 


-4958-59 


3,100 


2,900 


107 < 


.325] 


1 311 


311 


6.12 1 


[2.02] 


1 1,994 



1/ Conversion Factor 33 pounds per bushel or 3*03 bushels per cwt» 



EGGPLANT - ALL 


SEASONS - ACEEAGE 


AND PBODUCTION 


BY COUNTIES 


AND AiffiAS 


- 1958-1959 


Counties 


: Acreage 


« 
t 


Yield : 


Production 


and iixeas 


I Planted : For Harvest : 


Bushels i 


Total 


: Harvested 


Nor.th Florida Area 












Alachvia 
Bradford 

Gilchrist and Union 
Marion 


215 
25 
25 

185 


165 
25 
25 

185 


191 
300 
120 
200 


31,500 
7,500 
3,000 

37,000 


31,500 
7,500 
3,000 

37,000 


Area Total 


450 


400 


198 


79,000 


79,000 


Central Florida Area 












Lake and Sumter 
Seminole 


75 

25 


50 

25 


288 
275 


14,375 
6,875 


14,375 
6,875 


i\re.a Total 


100 


75 


283 


21,250 


21,250 


■Vl/auobula-Hillsborough-Manatee Area 










I.' Hardee 
Hillsborough 
Manatee 


50 
450 . 

75 


50 
350 
75 


310 
254 
250 


15,500 
88,750 
18,750 


15,500 
88,750 
18,750 


Area Total 


575 


475 


259 


123,000 


123,000 


Fort Myers- Immokalee Area 










Lee 


150 


150 


245 


36,775 


36,775 


Lo'Wer East Coast Area 












Broward 

Palm Beach (East) 


625 
875 


625 

860 


397 
397 


248,375 
341,725 


248,375 
341,725 


Area Total 


1,500 


1,485 


397 


590,100 


590, 100 


Other Counties 


325 


315 


292 


91,875 


91,875 


State Total 


3,100 


2,900 


325 


942,000 


942,000 



33 



EGGPLANT - FALL - ACRES FOE HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



County 


1952 


1953 


195^ 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


Alachua 




^0 


50 


110 


60 


100 


90 


Broward 


60 


35 


90 


200 


100 


150 


175 


Charlotte 


15 




25 


25 








Collier 


25 


25 


50 


a/ 75 


a/ 20 


a/ 25 




Gilchrist 


35 




25 


- 15 


15 


r/ '*5 


t/ 25 


Hardee 


125 


100 


125 


100 


50 


75 


~ 50 


Hernando 


125 


200 


85 


50 




50 




Hillstorough 


50 




75 


75 


25 


100 


100 


Lake and Sumter 


25 


_ 


25 


35 




35 


25 


Lee 


85 


25 


110 


75 


35 


35 


75 


Manatee 


50 


55 


25 


75 


25 


50 


75 


islarion 


85 


50 


100 


85 


100 


155 


185 








7 < 

I J 




1 1 n 






Other Counties 


125 


15 


40 


80 


60 


80 


75 


TOTAL 


900 


600 


900 


1»200 


600 


1* 100 


If 100 


a/ Hendry included 


in Collier acreage 


. h/ 


Includes 


Union acreage. 









EGGPLANT - FALL - ACBEAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SlMvIAHY 



Year 


Acreage 




Yield 




Production 


Average Price 


Total 


Value 




Planted For 


Harvest 


Per Acre 




Total 


Of Value 


Per 




($1,000) 








Cwt. 


Bu. 




1,000 Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Eu. 






19^9 


600 


500 


U5 1 


:i36; 


1 


22 


22 


$ 6.35 1 


:2.10) 




$ 140 


1950 


650 


650 


40 1 


:i2i! 




26 


26 


8.35 < 


;2.76) 




217 


1951 


700 


550 


96 1 


;29i: 


j 


53 


53 


9.25 1 


3.05) 




490 


1952 


1,000 


900 


89. ( 


270; 




80 


80 


5.75 < 


1.90) 




460 


1953 


650 


60p 


94: ( 


)285] 




56 


56 


6.05 1 


2.00) 




339 


195^ 


950 


900 


96 ( 


291 




86 


83 


5.15 < 


.1.70) 




427 


1955 . 


1,200 


lj200 


107 ( 


.324 




128 


113 


2.95 < 


; .97) 




333 


1956 


600 


600 


110 ( 


;333 




66 


66 . 


7.40 ( 


2.44) 




488 


1957 


1,100 


1,100 


100 ( 


,303 




110 


99 


5.70 ( 


1.88) 




564 


1958 .. 


1,200 


1,100 


95 ( 


.286: 




104 


104 


4.65 I 


.1.53) 




484 




EGGPLANT 


' - FALL 


- ACREAGE 


AND 


PRODUCTION 


BY COUNTIES 


AND ARE^^S - 


1958 






Coxinties 




• 
• 


Acreage 




• 
• 


Yield : 


Production 





and Areas : Planted : For Harvest : Bushels : Total : Harvested 



North Florida Area 

Alachua 115 90 100 9,000 9,000 

Gilchrist and Union - 25 25 120 _ 3,000 3,000 

Marion l85 185 200 37,000 37,000 

Area Total : . 325 300 l64 49,000 49,000 

Central Florida Area 

Lake and Sumter - - 50 25 300 7,500 7,500 



V/auchula-Hillsborough-Ifanatee Area 



Hardee 




50 




50 




310 


15»500 




15.500 


Hillshorough 




-150 




100 




- 200 


20,000 




20,000 


Manatee 




75 




75 




250 


18,750 




18,750 


Area Total 




275 




225 




241 


5^,250 




5i*,250 


Fort Myers Area 




















iee • 




.75 




75 




225 


16,875 




16,875 


Lower East Coast Area 




















Broward 




175 




175 




420 


73*500 




73,500 


Palm Beach (East) 




225 




225 




420 


94,500 




94,500 


Area Total 




400 




400 




420 


168,000 




168,000 


Other CoTinties 




75 




75 




258 


19,375 




19,375 


State Total 


1 


,200 


1 


,100 




286 


315*000 




315*000.. 




EGGPLANT 


-WINTER - 


ACRES 


FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 






County 


, 19^3 




19-?^ 




1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


Broward 


225 




200 




200 


225 


350 


175 


275 


Charlotte 


25 




50 




25 


25 








Collier 


^r. 25- 




50 




25 


25 


^5 






Lee . . -.1 


200 




175 




150 


100 


55 


25- . 


50 


Manatee 


'^h^r 25 




25 














Palm Beach 


275 




275 




225 


225 


425 


200 


375 


Other Counties 


25 




25 




25 


50 


25 




100 


TOTAL 


800 




800 




650 


650 


900 


400 


800 



3** 





EGGPLANT 


- V/INTEE 




PKODUCTION AND 


VALUE - 


STATE SLMtAHY 




Year '• 


Acreage 




Yield 


Production 


Average Price 


Total Value 




Planted For Harvest 


Per Acre 


Total Of 


Value 


Per 




($1,000) 








Cwt. 


Bu. 


1,000 Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu. 




1950 


1,000 


900 


132 < 




) 119 




$ 5.00 ( 


;i.65] 


1 $ 595 


1951 


'*50 


350 


129 ( 


391 


1 «-5 




10.00 1 


3.30 


1 450 


1952 


800 


800 


157 1 








6.05 ( 


2.00 


1 762 


1953 


900 


800 


127 1 


385 


1 102 


102 


5.90 ( 


1.95 


1 602 


195** 


800 


800 


IU8 1 




1 118 


118 


6.05 < 


2.00^ 


k ^ 4 1 ■ 

1 71'+ 


1955 


650 


650 


139 1 


421 


1 -90 


90 . 


6.80 1 


,2.2'+ 


1 612 


1956 


700 


650 


135 1 


ii09 


1 88 


88 


6.50 1 


2.14 


1 572 




900 


900 


150 1 




1 135 


135" 


k,kO 1 


1.45 


} jy^ 


1958 


600 


uoo 


30 ( 


90 


1 12 


12 


15.00 1 


4.95 


1 180 


1959 


800 


800 


115 1 


'349; 


1 92 


92 


7.30 1 


[2.4i; 


1 672 



EGGPLANT 


- VnNTEii - ACREAGE 


AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES 


AND AREAS - 1959 




Counties 


• 
• 


Acreage 


• 
* 


Yield : 


Production 


and /o-eas 


■ • 


Planted : For 


Harvest 


Bushels : 


Total 


Harvested 


Fort Myers- Immokalee 


Area 












lea ; 




50 


50 


225 


11,250 


11,250 


Lower East Coast iirea 












Broward 

Palm Beach (jiast) 




275 
375 


275 
375 


375 
375 


103,125 
140,625 


103,125 
140,625 


Area Total 




650 


650 


375 


243,750 


243,750 


Other Counties 




100 


100 . 


240 ; 


24,000 


24,000 


State Total 




800 


800 


349 


279,000 


279,000 



EGGPLANT - SPRING - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



County 


1953 


195^ 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


Alachua 




135 


115 


125 


175 _ 


115 


75 


Bradford 






35 


50 


40 


25 


25 


Broward 


200 


200 


200 


240 


200 


175 


175 


Collier 


25 














Hardee 


35 


25 


25 


25 


50 


25 




Hillshorough 


250 


300 


325 


300 


325 


325 


250 


Lee 


50 


25 










25 


Manatee 


75 


5Q^ 


- -25:: 


25 


10 


25 




Marion 












25 




Palm Beach 


225 


175 


200 


240 


225 


485 


260 


Polk 


25 


25 


r 25 


25 


15 






Seminole and Orange 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


Sumter 














25 


Union 










15 


10 




Other Counties 


40 


40 


25 


45 


120 


165 


140 


TOTAL 


1,100 


1,000 


1,000 


1,100 


1,200 


1,400 


1,000 


EGGPLANT - 


SPRING 


- ACREAGE, 


PRODUCTION 


AND VALUE - 


STATE SUMMARY 






Year Acreage 




Yield 


Production 


Average Price 


Total Value 


r-- Planted For. Harvest 


Per Acre. 


Total 


Of. Value 


Per 




($1,000) 



1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 



Cwt. Bu. 



1,000 Cwt. 



1.250 
1,200 
1,200 
1, 100 
1,000 
1,000 
1,100 
1,200 
1,400 
1,100 



1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
1,100 
1,000 
1,000 
1,100 
1,200 
1,400 
1,000 



111 
129 
122 
111 
129 
135 
120 

105 

90 

115 



336 
391 
370 
336 
391) 
409) 
.364) 

318) 
273 
(348) 



133 
155 
146 
122 
129 
135 
132 
126 
126 
115 



119 
155 
146 
122 
129 
122 
127 
126 
113 
115 



Cwt. 

4.55 
4.25 
4.55 
4.10 
3.80 
4.25 
4.80 

4.95 
7.00 
6.50 



Bu. 

,1.50) 
1.40) 
,1.50) 
,1-35) 
,1.25) 
1.40) 
il.58) 
,1.63) 
>2.31) 
>2.14) 



$ 541 
659 
664 
500 
490 
518 
610 
624 
791 
748 



35 



EGGPLANT - SPBING - ACHEALri: AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AIJL AitEAS - 1959 



Counties S 


iicreage 


• 
• 


Yield 


• 


Production 


and iireas i Planted I For 


Harvest : 


Bushels 


• 
• 


Total 


: Harvested 


North Florida Area 
Alachua 
Bradford 


100 
25 


75 

25 


300 
300 




22,500 
7,500 


22,500 
7,500 


Area Total 


125 


100 


300 




30,000 


30,000 


Central Florida Area 
Seminole 
Sumter 


25 

25 


25 

25 


275 
275 




6,875 
6,875 


6,8^^5' 
6,875 


Area Total 


50 


50 


275 




13,750 


13,750 


Hillsborough -Manatee -V/auchula Area 
Hillsborough 300 


250 


275 




68,750 


68,750 


Fort Myers- Immokaiee Area 














Lee 


25 


25 


346 




8,650 


8,650 


Lower East Coast Area 
Broward" :, r 
jraxm iseacn ^i!ias<j/ 


175 
275 


175 

260 


410 

. 410 




71,750 
106,600 


71,750 
106,600 


Area Total 


^+50 


435 


410 




178,350 


178,350 


Other Coianties 


150 


140 


346 




48,500 


48, 500 


State Total 


1,100 


1,000 


3^8 




3^8,000 


3^rOOO 


* EGGPLAI^T - 


- COUNTY SHIPMENTS IN CAitLOTS BY BAIL - SEASON 1958-1959 




Coxinty Oct: NovJ. 


(Approximate 
Dec: Jan: 


Loading - 7^0 bushels 
Feb: Mar: Apr: 1 


per car) 1958-59 1957-58 
.lay: Jun: Jul: Total: Total: 


Broward 3 

Hillsborough 

Manatee 

Marion 1 
Palm Beach 
Sumter 


1 


2 


7 


7 


1 


20 13 
i 
1 

1 5 
1 

1 ■ --^-^ 


TOTAL 1 3 


1 


2 


7 


7 


1 


22 21 


* Unofficial reports. 














EGGPLANT - COUNTY 


' SHIPIviENTS - CAjSLOT EQUIVALENTS IN MIXED CABS - SEASON 1958- 


•1959 


Alachua 

Broward 1 17 
Hardee 

Hillsborough 1 
Lee 

Marion 3 1. •-2- 

Palm Beach 

Seminole 


( Conversion 
20 12 

2 


Factor 7^0 bushels per 
5 1** 12 


car) 
5 

1 


1 

2 


14 
86 62 
2 

I 6 

2 

k 3 
4 3 

2 


TOTAL k 19 


22 12 


5 15 


12 


6 


3 


98 82 


. EGGPLANT - COUNTY SHIPMENTS - 


CAELOT EQUIVLANETS BY TRUCK 


- SEASON 1958-1959 



Alachua 


3 














.9 


11 


6 


29 


30 


Bradford 


















2 




2 




Broward 


13 


79 


97 


95 


53 


142 


100 


83 


25 


2 


689 


461 


Collier 






2 


1 


1 


2 :. 


1 : 






7 


5 


Dade 


2 y 


4 


4 


5 


5 


9 




4 


3 


1 


42 


27 


Duval 




1 


1 


1 




1 


1 


1 






6 


5 


Hardee 


5 


• 11 


1 








4^ 


5 


1 




27 


34 


Hillsboro 


9*- 


26 


11 


6 


3 


3 


11,. 


28 


50 


• 7 


15i* 


132 


Lake ' 


















1 




1 


2 


Lee 


1 


9 


12 


9 


1 


4 


6.' 


6 


2 




50 


33 


Irlanatee 
















1 






1 


17 


Marion 


29 


^ 12 


1 










3 


3 


2 


50 




Orange 
















1 


2 




3 


4 


Palm Beach 


2 


13 


15 


23 


11 


26 


28 


17 


4 


1 


140 


104 


Polk 












1 




1 




Seminole 




2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


3 


7 


2 


22 


19 


Sumter 


2 


3 












6 


9 


4 


Zl* 


8 


Union 


1 




















1 




Unk. Origin 


8 


22 


12 




1 


1 


2 


1 




1 


48 


18 


TOTAL 


75 


182 


158 


142 


76 


188 


160 


169 


121 


26 


1297 


948 



* Includes 2 cac in September* 

Note: Out-of-State movement. Conversion Factor - 620 bushels per car. 

36 



CARLOT SHIPtlENTS OF EGGPLANT BY BAIL OR BOAT 

Av£,. Load " 



Season 


u ^ w ^ ^ 


Sep 1 1 


Oct? 


Nov J 


Dec! 


Jan! 


Feb J 


Mar 5 




l.Iay: 




Jul: 


Total: 




050 








1 


*■ 








10 




c 


/j.7 
'+r 




Acn 


















TO 

jy 




\ \ 

1 X 


77 


1 Q C 1 CO 


050 






1 


1 


Q 








1 e 
13 


ij. 


. •! 

J 




1 Q CO C*^ 


050 




5 


ii 

H" 




2 




3 


1'+ 












Acn 




5 


Q 

7 


c 






c 






■2 
J 




JO 










c 


e 




c 










1 




♦ 2ij, 


1955-56 


650 




5 


20 


10 


2 


2 


1 


16 


21 






♦77 


1956-57 


620 


a/1 






6 


9 




11 


21 


8 


2 


2 


<'6i* 


1957-58 


705 






7 


1 










5 


6 


2 


♦21 


1958-59 


.1^0 




1 


3 


. TT- 






2 - 


7 


7 


1 




♦22 



♦ Unofficial reports. a/ Includes 1 car in August. 



SHIPMENTS OF EGGPLANT IN MIXED CAPS - CAKLOT EQUIVALENTS 



19^+9-50 


650 




3 


3 


8 


18 


35 


41 


25 


32 


ll 




176 


1950-51 


650 




1 


1 


a 


it 


1 


8 


ky 


66 


22 




■ 150 


1951-52 


650 


1 


U 


6 


15 


it6 


22 


21 


37 


36 


10 


3 


• 201 


1952-53 


650 




14 


16 


18 


15 


5 


31 


41 


26 


"11 




177 


1953-5^ 






■ -2 


8 


13 


11 


17 


29 


51 


25 


16 


2 


174 


l95'+-55 


650 'A 




5 


10 


19 


19 


6 


31 


42 


26 


8 




166 


1955-56 


650 


1 


7 


30 


39 


23 


9 


20 


40 


25 


6 




200 


1956-57 


620 




3 


3 


25 


26 


18 


34 


30 


15 


12 




166 


1957-58 


705 


2 


5 


17 


17 








19 


17 


5 




82 


1958-59 


7^ 




ii 


19 


22 


12 


5 


15 


12 


6 


3 




98 



SHIPMENTS OF EGGPLANT BY THUCK IN CABLOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


"600 




11 


28 


47 
62 


107 


159 


178 


149 


167 


93 


13 


952 


1950-51 


620 




6 


38 


106 


39 


57 


144 


172 


148 


42 


814 


1951-52 


620 


a/ 2 


27 


73 


106 


197 


140 


141 


199 


184 


126 


39 


1,234 


1952-53 


620 




• 47 


129 


115 


161 


81 


167 


169 


165 


96 


21 


UI5I . 


1953- 54: . 

1954- 5^-^" 


620 


a/3 


; 30 


90 


93 


154 


145 


186 


157 


159 


115 


43 


1,173 


620 


58 


161 


122 


149 


64 


141 


176 


142 


112 


51 


1, 179 


1955-56 


620 


3 


83 


170 


151 


142 


101 


135 


175 


145 


100 


43 


1,248 


1956-57 


620 


1 


37 


85 


141 


161 


146 


230 


180' 


152 


110 


47 


1,290 


1957-58 


620 


a/6 


87 


199 


110 


46 


10 


24 


149 


144 


111 


62 


948 


1958-59 . 


620 


" 2 


73 


182 


158 


142 


76 


188 


160 


169 


121 


26 


1,297 



a/ Includes 1 car in Augus-t j _ 1951-52; 1 car August 1954-55*, 2 cars August 1957-58. 



eggplant: monthly prices - fresh market 



■ - Dollars per Cwt. Season 

Year Sept: Oct: Nov; Dec: Jan^ Feb: Mart Apr; May: Junt Jul: Avg: 

I95i!^l5 ^- §795 5o60 3.80 4785 uTSs 7725 3o20 5.45 4785 3 = 65 5.28 

1955- 56 -- 3.90 3.00 2.40 6.10 7'60 6.10 3.65 5.60 5.00 6.80 4.62 

1956- ^7 9.00 10.90 5.30 4.80 5.70 3.30 3.90 5.90 5.90 4.10 5-22 

1957- 58 7.00 7.90 4„25 6.60 15. 00 — -- 6. 50 7. 60 8.00 4.50 6.85 

1958- 59 4.00 7.00 4.00 4.35 7.90 10.20 5.90 6. 70 6.00 6.80 7-50 6.12 

■ i ■ :. " " 

ET "rPLANT: SHIPMENTS BY MON THS IN PE RCENT 

Year-- - - Oct; . Nov; Dec; Jan: Feb: Mar: Apr: May: Jun: Jul: Total: 

1954- 55 4.8 12.9 10.3 ■ I2-.7 5cl 12.6 16.5 12c6 8.8 3.7 100.0 

1955- 56 6.5 14.4 13.1 lloO 7.3 1.0.2 15.2 12.5 7.0 2.8 100,0 

1956- 57 2.7 5k8 11.3 12.9 11. i Ifa.l 15.2 11.5 8.2 3.2 100.0 

1957- 58 9.3 21.2 12.2 4.5 i.O 2.3 16.O 15.8 11.6 6.1 100,0 

1958- 59 5.6 14,4 12,8 10.;9 5.7 14.5 12.6 12.9 8.8 1.8 100.0 



37 



aSCABOLE (INCLUDING CHICOBY) 



ESCAEOLE - ACRES FOR HAEVEST - BY COUNTIES 



County- 


1952-53 


1953-54 


1954-55 


1955-56 


1956-57 


1957-58 


1958-59 


Lake and Orange 

Palm Beach and Highlands 

Sarasota, Llanatee* Hillsboro 

Seminole 

Other Counties 


1,000 
2,400 

175 
350 
75 


1,100 
2,950 
175 
250 
25 


1,075 
3,150 
125 
175 
75 


1,075 
3,300 

125 
100 
200 


1,225 
4,200 
125 
75 
75 


1,175 
3,900 

150 
75 

200 


1,200 
4,700 

150 
50 

300 


TOTAL 


4,000 


4,500 


4,600 


4,800 


5,700 


5,500 


6,400 



ESCABOLE - ACBEAGE, FBODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMABY 



Season 


Acreage 
Planted For 


Harvest 


Yield 
Per Acre 


Prod\iction 
Total Of Value 


Average Price 
Per 


Total Value 
($1,000) 








Cwt, 


Bu. 


1/ 1,000 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu. 




1949-50 


4, 100 


3,600 


130 1 


;52o: 


I 468 


393 


$ 3.60 < 


; .9o; 


1 $ 1,415 


1950-51 


4,900 


4,700 


126 1 


504] 


1 592 


431 


5.60 I 


:i.4o 


1 2,414 


1951-52 


5,200 


4,800 


125 < 


500 


1 600 


552 


5.00 I 


1.25 


( 2,760 


1952-53 


5,000 


4,000 


122 1 


488 


1 488 


488 


4.60 ( 


1.15 


1 2,245 


1953-54 


5,000 


4,500 


136 1 


544 


1 612 


508 


4.20 1 


1.05 


I 2,134 


1954-55 


4,900 


4,600 


139 1 


556 


1 639 


6l8 


4.20 ( 


sl.05 


1 2,596 


1955-56 


5,600 


4,800 


125 1 


500 


1 600 


588 


4.80 ( 


1.20 


1 2,822 


1956-57 


6,700 


5,700 


110 1 


440l 


1 627 


627 


4.65 1 


.1.16 


1 2,916 


1957-58 


6,800 


5,500 


110 ( 


440 


1 605 


605 


6.00 1 


1.50 


1 3,630 


1958-59 


7,500 


6,400 


120 1 


!480' 


1 768 


669 


4.05 ( 


.1.01] 


1 2,709 



\l Conversion Factor 25 pounds per hushel or 4 tushels per cwt. 



ESCABOLE - ACBEAGE AND PBODUCTION BY 


COUNTIES 


AND AEEAS - 1958-1959 




Counties J Acreage 


« 


Yield 


: Production 


and Areas : Planted I For 


■ Harvest I 


Bushels 


: Total : 


Harvested 


Central Florida Area 
Lake and Orange 1,500 
Seminole 50 


1,200 

50 


450 
310 


540,000 
15,500 


516,000 
15,000 


Area Total 1,550 


1,250 


444 


555,500 


531,000 


Hillsborough-Manatee Area 










Hiilsboro, Manatee, Sarasota 150 


150 


410 


61,500 


60,000 


Everglades Area 










Palm Beach and Highlands 5,500 


4, 700 


500 


2,350,000 


1,980,000 


Other Counties 300 


300 


350 


105,000 


105,000 


State Total 7,500 


6,400 


480 


3,072,000 


2,676,000 



_^ ESCABOLE - COUNTY SHIPMENTS IN CABLOTS BY BAIL - SEASON - 1958-1959 

~~ :■ : ■ ■ (Approximate Loading - 735 bushels per car) 1958-59 1957-58 

County Oct; ' 'Nov; . Dec: ..Jan; Febt Mar; Apr; May*. Jun: Total; Total; 



Lake 
















1 




1 


2 


Orange 


2 


42 


5 


2 


4 


4 


33 


81 


2 


175 


214 


Palm Beach 




50 


130 


139 


85 


. 95 


94 


: 58 




651 


597 


Seminole 






1 














1 


^ 11 


TOTAL 


2 


92 


136 


141 


89 


99 


127 


140 


2 


828 


824 


ESCAEOLE'- 


COUNTY 


■ SHIPMENTS - 


■ .:CABLOT 


EQUIVALENTS IN 


MIXED 


CABS - 


SEASON 


1958-1959 








(Conversion 


Factor - 


■ 735 bushel hampers per car) 








Highlands 






1 


2 


3 . 


2 


2 






10 




Lake 














5 


13 




18 


8 


Orange 


3 


32 


15 


8 


8 


22 


35 


30 




153 


140 


Palm Beach 




46 


135 


155 


143 


133 . 


122 


75 




809 


. 674 


Sarasota 




1 


1 


1 


3 


1 


2 


5 




14 


14 


Seminole 






1 


2 


2 


1 


2 


1 




9 


7 


TOTAL 


3 


79 


153 


168 


159 


159 


168 


124 




1013 


843 



ESCABOLE - COUNTY SHIPMENTS - CABLOT EQUIVALENTS BY TBUCK - SEASON 1958-1959 
(Conversion Factor - 65O bushel hampers per car) 



Broward 9 12 26 30 28 17 6 128 107 

Dade 1134822 21 20 

Duval 1 1 1 1 1 - 54 

Highlands 1376852 32 29 



38 



Continued 



Continued 

KSCAROL-a. - COUNTY SHIPI/IMTS - CAKLOT EQUIVALENTS BY TRUCK - SEASON 1958-1959 



County 


Oct: 


(Conversion Factor - 
Nov: Dec: Jan: 


650 bushel hamp 
Feb: Mar: 


6rs per 
Apr: 


car) 
May: 


Jun: 


1958-59 
Total: 


1957-58 
Total: 






2 


2 




1 


2 




J 




16 


1^* 






2 










1 

X 


6 

W 




Q 

7 














1 




9 
c. 








3 


Orange 


16 


56 


23 


3 


5 


17 








203 


226 


Palm Beach 




86 


171 


217 


225 


255 


l6i^ 


76 




1197 


11^+1 


Sarasota 




1 




1 


6 


6 


8 


10 




36 


38 


Seminole 




10 


8 


6 


7 


9 


13 


20 


1 


1^ 


58 


Unknown Origin 


3 


13 


17 


6 


1 


3 


8 




1 


56 


32 


TOTAL 


22 


181 


242 


273 


287 


337 


267 


171 


2 


1782 


1677 



CAHLOT SHIPMENTS OF ESCAROLE BY RAIL OR BOAT 



Season 


Avg. Load 
Bushels 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Total: 


1949-50 


640 




35 


167 


190 


158 


163 


130 


76 




919 


1950-51 


640 




10 


47 


96, 


140 


137 


149 


121 


1 


701 


1951-52 


640 




57 


147 


143 - 


140 


127 


134 


93 


5 


846 


1952-53 


640 




62 


143 


190 


149 


204 


209 


151 


15 


1,123 


1953-54 


640 




77 


162 


182 


187 


210 


181 


166 


4. . 


1,169 


1954-55 


640 


5 


110 


146 


180 


172 


203 


206 


213 


4,' 


1,239 


1955-56 


640 




78 


114 


104 


106 


194 


177 


143 


7 


923 


1956-57 


650 


•3 


76 


173 


218 


202 


210 


141 


l4i 


3 


1,167 


1957-58 


705 


■6 


86 


138 


91 


43 


105 


143 


199 


13 . 


824 


1958-59 


73^ 


. 2 


92 


136 


14 1 


89 


99 


127 


140 


2 


828 



SHIPMENTS OF ESCAROLE IN MIXED CARS - CARLOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


640 




7 


87 


176 


218 


164 


146 


82 




880 


1950-51 


640 




7 


55 


178 


246 


220 


226 


201 


6 


1,139 
1,5*^3 


1951-52 


640 




68 


167 


298 


268 


279 


291 


166 


6 


1952-53 


640 




84 


173 


185 


136 


172 


128 


76 


6 


960 


1953-54 


640 




48 


120 


175 


179 


233 


178 


106 


2 


1,041 


1954-55 


640 


6 


89 


157 


204 _ . 


-190 


260. 


187 


116 


10 


1,219 


1955-56 


640 




59 


172 


109 


156 


25? 


230 


113 


14 


. .I,fi06 


1956-57 


: 650 


1 


90 


139 


183 


169 


193 


183 


104 


1 


1,063 


1957-58 


705 


- ; : 9 


127 


123 


90 


69 


136 


153 


131 


5 


843 


1958-59 


735 


3 


79 


153 


168 


159 


159 


168 


124 




1,013 



SHIPMENTS OF ESCAROLE BY TRUCK IN CARLOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 




600 


1950-51 




650 


1951-52 




650 


1952-53 




650 


1953-54 




650 


195^-55 




650 


1955-56 




650 


1956-57 




650 


1957-58 


'■ .', t 


650 


1958-59 




650 





33 


80 


70 


77 


93 


112 


70 


5. 


540 . 




11 


73 


160 


153 


200 


134 


46 


4 


781- 




79 


162 


188 


145 


176 


159 


72 


7 


98& ' 




74 


112 


154 


159 


159 


130 


94 


12 


894 




69 


110 


143 


156 


182 


179 


73 


4 


916 


4 


160 


155 


210 


194. 


216 


211 


95 


3 


1,248 


4 


161 


232 


185 


259- 


272 


216 


127 


17 


1,473 


Z 


-167 


21© 


225 


218 


248 


247 


139 


1 


1,^65 


"15 ot. 


209 


223 


^33 


173 


279 


301 


234 


10 


1,677 


22 


181 


242 


273 


287 


337 


267 


171 


2 


1,782 



Note: Shipments prior to 1951-52 include chicory and endive in mixed car and truck shipment 
tables hence would diifer from carlot equivalent data listed in oiher publications. 



ESCAROLEt. MONTHLY PRICES - FRESH MARKET 











Dollars 


per Cwt. 














Season 


Year 




Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: - 


Feb: 


Mar : 




Aprr 


'■'May: 


Jun: 


Avg: 


1954-55 




8.00 


^.40 


3.80 


3c80 


4^20 


4.00 




3.80 


4.00 


3.60 


4.20 


1955-56 




3.60 


3.60 


4.40 


7. 80 


5". 60 


4.00 




3.40 


5. 80 


8.00 


4.80 


1956-57 






6.00 


4o80 


4.80 


4, 00 


3o60 




4.40 


6.00 


5. 80 


4.65 


1957-58 




6.00 


3.50 


5.60 


7.70 10.00 


7.00 




4.30 


6.00 


5.00 


6.00 


1958-59 






3. 80 


3.90 


3.60 


3.60 


3 = 15 




4o60 


6.20 




4.05 






-ESCAROLE: SHIPMENTS 


BY MONTHS IN 


PERCENT 










Year 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Total: 


1954-55 


0.4 


9.7 


12.4 


16,0 


15.0 


18 


.3 


16. 


3 


11.4 


0.5 


100.0 


1955-56 


0.1 


8.5 


14.8 


11.4 


14.9 


20 


.5 


17. 


8 


10.9 


1.1 


100.0 


1956-57 


0.2 


9.0 


14.3 


17*0 


15.9 


17 


.6 


15. 


5 


10.4 


0.1 


100.0 


1957-58 


0.9 


12.6 


14.5 


12.4 


8.5 


15 


.6 


17. 


8 


16.9 


0.8 


100.0 


195B-59 


0.7 


9.7 


14.7 


16.1 


14.8 


16 


.4 


15. 


5 


12.0 


0.1 


100.0 



39 



LETTUCE AMD EOMAINE - ACRES lOH HARVEST - BY COWJTIES 



County 


1952-53 


1953-54 


1954-55 


1955-56 


1956-57 1957-58 


1958-59 


iJ.achua 


a/ 


















Dade ■ ' 


100 


100 




1 nn 


175 


1 nn 


150 


180 


Highlands 














JUU 


c/ 


Hillsborough 


275 


300 




j^j 


275 




200 




Manatee and Sarasota 


275 








460 




275 


250 


Marion 


a/ 75 


150 






25 




h/225 


b/ 45 


Orange ' ; . 


~ 250 


200 




2/5 . 


350 


£.yj 




150 


Palm Beach and Glades 1,700 


1,500 




1 • ')(\C\ ' 
1 , f DU . 


1,775 


1 . Q7<? 


1,500 


c/1,650 


Seminole 


150 


225 




225 


325 


250 ■ 


275 


225 


Sumter :^ 


225 


175 




300 . 


350 


350 


325 


300 


Volusia 


25 






100 


90 


140 


100 


75 


Other Coiinties 


225 


135 




330 


475 


60 


50 


250 


TOTAL 


3,300 


3,300 




4, 100 


4,300 


3,700 


3,700 


3,200 


a/ Alachvia included 


in Marlon* 


b/ Lake Included in Marion. c 


/ Highlands included 


in P. B. 


LETTUCE AND EOM^INE - ACEEA&E 


, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUia.IAEY 






Season;; Acreage 


Yield 


Production 


Average Price 




Total Value 


Planted For Harvest; 


Per Acre 


Total 


Of Value 


Per 












Cwt. 


Crt, 1/ 1,000 Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Crt. 




1,000 Dollars 


1949-50' 3,200 


3,100 


100 


143 : 


310 


291 


$ 3.50 ( 


>2.45] 




$ 1,018 


1950-51 3,500 


3,300 


120 


171 


396 


335 


3.70 


,2.59 




1,240 


1951-52 2,900 


2,800 


115 


164] 


322 


322 


5.00 ( 


>3.50 




1,610 


1952-53 3»600 


3,300 


110 


157 


363 


363 


3.60 ( 


,2.52 




1,307 


1953 -5^ 3,600 


3,300 


115 


164 


380 


380 


4.00 ( 


.2.80 




1,520 


195'+-55 ^+,200 


4, 100 


120 


.171] 


492 


492 


4.15 ( 


.2.90.' 




2,042 


1955-56 5.300 


4,300 


110 


U57 


473 


473 


3.75 ( 


.2.62 




1,774 


1956-57 ^+,600 


3,700 


105 


150 


'388 


388 


4,30 ( 


,3.01 




1,668 


1957-58 4,800 


3,700 


65 


[ 93 


240 


, 240 


6.30 ( 


4.41 




1,512 


1958-59': 4,200 


3,200 


75 


vl07j 


240 


:^ 209 


4.75 ( 


.3.32; 




993 



ij Conversion Factor 70. pounds per crate or 1.429 crates per cwt. 



, . LETTUCE AND EOilAINE 


- ACEEaGE 


AND PEODUCTION 


BY COUNTIES 


AND AEEAS - 


1958-1959 


Counties ^ ; 


Acreage : 


(4-6 doz.) : 


Production 


and Areas : Planted : 


For Harvest : 


Crates '. 


Total 


: Harvested 


Central Florida Area 












Lake and Marion 


100 


45 


121 


5,425 


4,875 


Orange 


-300 


150 


145 


21,750 


19,500 


Seminole.. 


275 


225 


145 


32,625 


29,250 


Sumter _ sv 


400 


300 


105 ^ 


31,500 


28,500 


Volusia- a 


75 


75 


45 


3,375 


3,000 


Area Toted 


1,150 


795 


119 


94,675 


85, 125 


Hillsborb'^igh-Manatee Area 












Hillsborough 


250 


75 


110 •'. 


8,250 


7,500 


Manatee-.' ; • ; \ 


200 


150 


90 


13,500 


11,250 


Sarasota,' - 


100 


100 


90 


9,000 


7,500 


Area Total 


550 


325 


95 


30,750 


26,250 


Everglades Area 












Highlands & Palm Beach '(V;) 


2,000 


1,650 


105 


173,250 


148,500 


Lower East Coast Area ■ 












Dade 


200 


180 


140 


25,200 


23,400 


Other Counties 


300 


250 


77 


19,125 


15,725 


State Total 


4, 200 


3,200 


107 


343,000 


299,000 



.LETTUCE AND EOMAINE 


- COUNTY 


SHIPMENTS 


IN 


CABLOTS 


BY EAIL - 


SEASON 


1958-1959 




(Approximate Loading-300 crates (4-6 doz.) per 
County ■ Nov:' Dec: Jan: Feb: Mar: Apr: 


car) 
May: 


1958-59 
Total: 


1957-58 
Total: 


Orange 5 

Manatee 

Palm Beach 

Seminole 


5 

2 


2 
1 


2 


3 


3 
1 


3 


11 

13 

3 


23 
3 
_4 
1 


TOTAL 5 ; . 


7 


3 


2 


3 


4 


3 


27 - 


31 


■ 'oVv. : ""'l-''- ■■■■ 
« '-■ • ' ' 



















40 



LM'TUCE AND £OMi\IK£-COljM'Y SHIPMMTS-CAitLOT KQUIVALEIJTS IN MIXED CAES-SEASON 1V58-1959 





(Conversion Factor - 


300 crates 


(i*-6 doz.) 


per car) 


1958-59 


1957-58 


County 


Oct: Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: Mar: 


Apr : 


May: Junl 


Total: 


Total:' 


Hit;hlands 






2 


3 




1 




13 


6 


Grange 


k 


2 






2 




5 


17 


2U 


Palm Beacb 




10 


10 


9 


7 




1 


^5 




Sarasota 




1 


1 




1 


2 




9 


6 


Seminole 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 






7 




TOTAL 


9 


18 


15 


17 


15 


11 


6 


91 


86 



LETTUCE AND BOUAINE- COUNTY SHIPMENT S-CA_KL0T EQUIVALENTS BY TBUCK-SEASON 1957-1958 





CConve 


rsion Factor - 


320 crates 


(4-6 doz.) 


per car; 






Broward 


1 


k 


3 


5 


7 


2 






Dade 






1 


3 


2 


1 




7 


6 


Duval 


2 


2 


k 


3 


3 


3 


'3 • •• 2 ; 


22 


1*0 


Highlands 




6 


5 


13 


9 


7 


2' ' 


1*2 


1*2 • 


Hillsborough 


1 


3 


2 


2 


2 


1 




11 


20 


Lake 


2 














2 


2 


Manatee 






. k 


3 








7 


17 


Marion c 




^1 














7 


Orange 


3 1^* 


2 








. 9 


7 


l»0 


72 


Palm Beach 


13 


27 


21 


26 


39-: 


20 




150 


183 


St. Lucie 


1 












1 


1- 


Sarasota ; ■ 


1 


1 


2 


3 


2" • 


5 


1 


15" 


19 


Seminole 


2 


12 




7 




2 


2 


3^ 


50 


Sumter 


2 


6 


3 








11 


3 


Unknown Origin 


1 


7 


1 


2 


i 


1 


1 


11* 


9 



TOTAL 


3 . 


1*0 70 


50 


67 


75 


51 


20 


2 


378 


1*93 




CAHLOT SHIPMENTS OF LETTUCE AND 


EGMAINE 


BY RAIL 


OE BOAT 










Avg. Load 


















Total: 


Season 


Crts.(l*-6Dz.) 


Oct: Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


191+9-50 


310 


8 


30 


50 


21* 


10 


1 






123 


1950-51 


310 




6 


52 


b: 71* 


1*6 


2 






180 


1951-52 


310 




5 


18 


21* 




18 






72 


1952-53 


- 310 


3 


15 


36 


H 10 




11 


1 




92 


1953-5^ 


310 


6 


10 


6 


2 


12 


10 






1*6 


1951*- 55 


310 


2 


11* 


22 


> 10 


18 


13 






79 


1955-56 


310 


7 


6 


6 


8 


10 


36 


2 




75 


1956-57 


310 


9 


11* 


11* 


8 


ii 


2 


3 




61 


1957-58 


295 


:X 17 


1 


2 




2 


3 


5 




31 


1958-59 


300 


5 


7 


3 


2 


3 


1* 


3 




27 




SHIPMENTS 


OF LETTUCE AND 


EOMAINE 


IN MIXED CAES 


- CAHLOT EQUIVALENTS 







.191*9-50 

1950- 51 

1951- 52 

?-i952-.53_ 
1953-51* 
1951+-55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 

1957- 58 

1958- 59 



310 
310 
310 
310 
310 
310 
310 
310 
295 
300 



3 
11 
18 

15 
1*6 
8 

25 
9 



33 


33 


39 


37 


12 


10 


166 


1 


23 


1*6 


25 


7 ^ 




102 


21 


26 


26 


30 


29 


'1* 


- 139 


1*3 


36 


33 


31 


11 


2 


167 


23 


33 J 


39 


--■-.67:..,: 


38 


1* 


222 


32 


ny. 


1*8 


5k 


30 


6 


229 


1*8 


30 


■■■5k..... 


:M)l* 


58 


8 


- 31*9 


21* 


5 


16 


18 ' 


16 


6 


93 


9 


7 


2 


12 


16 


11* 


- 86 


18 


15 


17 


15.-: 


11 


6 


91 





SHIPMENTS 


OF LETTUCE AND 


EGMAINE 


BY '. 


rEUCK IN 


CAELOT 


EQUIVALENTS 






191*9-50 


580 




12 


1*8 


127 


77 


1*8 


33 


10 




. 355 


1950-51 


320 




1* 


1*0 


171 


200 


105 


1*1* 


6 




570 


1951-52 


320 




24 


88 


207 


129 


81 


61 


"19 


2 


611 


1952-53 


320 




23 


83 


278 


219 


101 


36 


'10 




750 


1953-51+ 


320 




50 


108 


137 


165 




68 


■ 13 


1 


717 


195^+- 55 


320 


1 


59 


11*1* 


31*5 


237 


301 


122 


16 


1 


1226 


1955-56 


320 


3 


80 


198 


180 


200 


168 


135 


26 


3 


993 


1956-57 


320 


? 


62 


231 


227 


11+5 


119 


119 


23 


6 


931* 


1957-56 


320 


1* 


90 


86 


1*9 


27 


69 


86 


77 


5 


1*93 


1958-59 


320 


3 


1*0 


70 


50 


67 


75 


51 


20 


2 


378 



1*1 



LETTuCE: monthly prices - FBESH MAEKET 











Dollars per CwtV 


- r r- 








Season 


Year 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Avg: 


1954-55 




7.00 


3.50 


3.50 


'+.35 


4.55 


4.00 


3.50 




4=15 


l95'5-'56 






3. 6*5 


4.30 


3.65 




3.3'5 








1956-57 




5.90 


4,10 


4.50 


4. 10 


3.70 


4. 20 


4.00 


4.00 


4.30 


1957-58 


7.00 


4.25 


6.60 


6.40 


7.00 


7.40 


6.50 


7. 50 


7.00 


6.30 


1958-59 


5.50 


5.50 


6.00 


4.40 


4.70 


3.40 


4.80 


4.25 




4.75 






lettuce: 


SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS IN PEECENT 








Year 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Total: 


1954-55 


0.1 


5.0 . 


12.4 


26.7 


19.2 


24.3 


10.8 


1.4 


0.1 


100.0 


1955-56 


0.3 


9.4 


17.8 


15c 2 


18.5 


19.9 


16.2 


2. 5 


0.2 


100.0 


1956-57 


0.2 


7.3 


24.7 


22,6 


15.5 


13.6 


12.6 


2.9 


0.6 


100.0 


1957-58 


1.0 


21.6 


15.7 


9.5 


4.8 


13 = 6 


17.2 


15.8 


0.8 


100.0 


1958-59 


0.6 


10.7 


19.1 


13.7 


17.3 


18..8 


13.3 


5.9 


0.4 


100.0 










GEEEN 


PEPPEES 














GBEEN 


PEPPEES - 


ALL SEASONS - 


ACEES FOE 


HARVEST 


- BY COUNTIES 






County 




1952-53 


1953-54 1954-55 


1955-56 


1956-57 1957-58 


1958-59 



Alachua 

Bradford 

Broward 

Charlotte 

Collierr- . 

Dade 

Gilchrist 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hillsborough 

Lake 
Lee 

Manatee 
Marion- 
Martin 
Palm Beach 
Polk - 
Seminole 
Sumter- 
Union - 
Volusia, 
Other Counties 



950 
250 
2,375, 

e/123 
75 

275 

2,900 
100 
d/900 
~ 225 
125 
100 
2,550 
400 
a/400 
" 550 
50 
100 
350 



925 
350 
2,135 
275 
e/540 
"100 

150 

275. 

b/3,510 
^ 150 

■■■ 440 

10T5 
125 
2,765 
,500 

~ 600 
75 
100 

295 



950 
300 
2,300 
250 
300 
125 
50 
275 
, 375 
b/3,050 
~ 150 
800 

2,863 

,350 
a/300 

,800 
50 
90 
345 



575 
200 
2,500 
200 

; 300 

- 50 
25 

200 
325 
2,725 
150 
625 
75 
25 
325 
3,410 
300 
200 
900 
50 
50 
190 



800 
275 
2,350 
200 
300 

25 
100 
375 
2,500 
125 
650 
50 
25 
600 

4,485 
250 
210 
900 
50 
110 
220 



925 
125 
800 
200 
325 

25 
225 
525 
1,425 
100 
575 
50 

25 
400 
4,500 
150 
225 
575 
50 
75 
200 



600 
30 
1,150 
175 
500 

25 
100 

450 

b/l,940 

" 175 

800 

425 
■ 6.050 
f/285 
~ 280 
825 
20 
50 
220 



TOTAL 



12,800 



13,850 



13,800 



13,400 



14,600 



11,500 



14, 100 



a/ Orange included in" Seminole. b/ Manatee included Iti Hillsborough. £/- Included in Other. 
5/ Charlotte included in Lee. ej Hendry included in Collier. ij Highlands included in Polk. 



GBEEN PEPPEES - ALL SEASONS - ACEEAGE,' PEODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMABY 



Season- Acreage Yield 

Planted For Harvest Per Acre 



Production 
Total Of Value 



Average Price 
Per 



Total Value 









Cwt. 


1949-50 


16,200 


14,300 


71 


1950-51 


12,200 


11,200 


80 


1951-52 


11,500 


10,700 


81 


1952-53 


13,550 


12,800 


70 


1953-54 


14, 200 


13,850 


70 


1954-55 


14,400 


13,800 


85 


1955-56 


14,300 


13,400 


87 


1956-57 


17,200 


14, 600 


65 


1957-58 


16,700 


11,500 


5& 


1958-59 


17,200 


: 14, 100. 


64 



Bu. _!/ 

(284) 
(320) 
324) 
(280) 
(280) 
(340) 
(3481 
(278) 
(23.^) 
(258) 



1,000 Cwt. 



Cwt. 



Bu. 1,000 Dollars 



1,020 


952 


$ 6.70 1 


;i.68: 


1 $ 6,377 


898 


866 


9*55 1 


2.39] 


1 8, 266 
( 9,697 


863 


863 


11.24 1 


2.81. 


897 


897 


10.62 ( 


[2.66] 


) 9*523 


r 972— 


- 954- 


9v87 1 


^2.47 


) 9,412 


1,167 


1»131 


8.94 1 


;2.24; 


1 10, 108 


1,170 


1,165 


11.06 1 


2.761 


1 12,881 


If0l4 
672 


1,014 
634 


12.80 1 


3.20 


) 12,977 


18.03 1 


;4.5i 


1 11,432 


■ 909 . 


909 


13.27 ( 


;3.32j 


1 , 12,059 



1^1 Conversion Factor 25 pounds per "bushel or h- bushels per cwt. 



42 



&EEEN PEPPEES - ALL SEASONS - ACREAGE AND PEODUCTION BI COUNTIES- AJID AREAS - 1958-1959 



Counties 
and Areas 



Acreage 



Yield 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Bushels 



Production 



Total 



: Harvested 



North Florida Area 
Alachua 
Bradford 

Gilchrist 

Union 



1,000 
150 
25 

50 



600 
30 

25 
20 



190 

100 
75 



iii*:,ooo 

1,200 
2,500 
1,500 



11/+, 000 
1,200 
2,500 
1,500 

119,200 



Area Total 



If 225 



675 



177 



119,200 



Central Florida Area 
Lake 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Volusia 



200 
290 
1,000 
75 



175 
280 
825 
50 



100 
226 
100 
300 



17,500 
63,200 
82,500 
15,000 



17,500 
63,200 
82,500 
15,000 



Area Total 



1.565 



1,330 



13^ 



178,200 



178, 200 



Hillsborough-Manatee Area 

Hardee: - 100 

Highlands and Polk kOO 

Hillshorough and Manatee 2,390 



100 
285 
1,9^0 



162 
121 
120 



16,250 
232,500 



16,250 
3^,^75 
232,500 



Area Total 



2,890 



2,325 



122 



283,225 



283,225 



Fort iJyers- Immokalee Area 
Charlotte 175 
Collier 500 
Hendry k^O 

Lee 900 



175 
500 
if50 
800 



321 

368 
369 



56,250 
2^*9,500 
165,750 
295, 250 



56, 250 
2i*9,500 
165,750 
295» 250 
766,750 



Area Total 



2,025 



1,925 



398 



766,750 



Everglades Area 
Palm Beach CV^'est) 



725 



650 



173 



112,375 



112,375 



Lower East Coast Area 
Broward 
Martin 

Palm. Beach (East) 



1,800 
. i*25 
,6,200 

8,^25 



1,150 

425 
5,400 

6,975 



260 
329 
316 



1, 



298,750 
140,000 
705,500 



298,750 
140,000 
1,705,500 



Area Total 



307 



2,144,250 



2, 144, 250 



Other Counties 



345 



220 



145 



32,000 



32,000 



State Total 



17,200 



14, 100 



258 



3,636,000 



3,6^6,000 



GREEN PEPPEES - FALL - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



Co\inty 


-1952 


1953 


1954 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


Broward 


100 




150 


300 


200 


150 


200 


Collier 


1/ 25. 


b/ 15 


25 


50 


50 


25 


75 


Charlotte 






50 


50 


23 


25 


25 


Hardee 


20U 


175, 


125 


100 


50 


75 , 


- 25 


Hendry 


^/ 




50 


50 


50 


75 


75 


Hillsboro & Manatee 




6U 


50 : 


100 


25 


75 


40 


Lee 


a/ 50 


40 


100 


150 


100 


175 


175 


Martin 








50 


50 


25 


75 


Orange and Seminole 


100 


40 


50 








40 


Palm Beach 


100 


40 


175 


385 


425 


675 


^ 750 


Other Counties 


50 


45 


125 


65 


25 


100 


: : 20 


TOTAL 


700 


450 


900 


1,300 . 


1,000 


1,400 


,c 1,500 


a/ Charlotte included 


in Lee J 


b/ Hendry 


included in 


Collier. 






D'- 



:GBEEN PEPPERS - FALL - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 



Year 


Acreage 




Yield 


Production 


Average Price 


Total Value 




Planted For 


Harvest 


Per Acre 


Total 


Of Value 


Per 












Cwt. 


Bu. 


1,000 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu. 


1,000 Dollars 


1949 


1,200 


800 


.70 1 


>28o; 


) 56 


56 


$ 7.00 1 


U.75; 


) $ 392 


1950 


400 


300 


-—28 1 


112 


1 8 


8 


24.00 1 


6.00 


1 192 


1951 


600 


300 


79 ( 


316 


) 24 


24 


32.40 1 


.8.10 


1 778 


1952 


950 


700 


58 ( 


232 


1 41 


41 


16.20 1 


4.05 


1 664 


1953 


600 


450 


54 ( 


.216 


1 24 


24 


18.80 ( 


4.70; 


1 451 


1954 


1,200 


900 


• 88 ( 


352 


1 79 


79 


8.60 ( 


.2.15 


1 679 


1955 


1,300 


1,300 


107 1 


428 


1 139 


134 


9.00 ( 


2.25 


1 1,206 


1956 


1,300 


1,000 


• ■ 92 ( 


368 


1 92 


..::.92 


12i9b ( 


3.22 


1 1,187 


1957 


1,'600 


1,400 


. 80 ( 


320 


1 112 


112 


14.40 ( 


3.60 


> 1,613 


1958 


1,700 


1,500 


110 ( 


'440j 


1 165 


165 


10.50 1 


'2.62] 


1 1,732 



43 



GEEEN PEPPEES - FiiLL - ACREAGE AND PEODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND ABEAS - 1958 



Counties 
and Areas 



Acreage 



Yield 



Production 



Planted I For Harvest I Bushels 



Total 



Harvested 



Central Florida Area 
Seminole 



i*0 



1*0 



200 



8,000 



8,000 



Hillsborough-Manatee Area 
Hardee 25 
Hillshoro and tlanatee 40 



25 



350 

350 



8,750 
1^,000 



8,750 
1^^,000 



Area Total 



65 



65 



350 



22,750 



22,750 



Fort Myers-Immokalee Area 

Charlotte 25 

Collier 75 

Hendry " ,. - 75 

Lee ^ 225 



25 
75 
75 
175 



i^20 
800 
500 

k20 



10,500 
60,000 
37,500 
73,500 



10,500 
60,000 
37,500 
73,500 



Area Total 



400 



350 



51^ 



181,500 



181,500 



Everglades Area 
Palm Beach (V/est) 



100 



100 



200 



20,000 



20,000 



Lov;er East Coast Area 
Broward • 
Martin "'^ 
Palm Beach (East) 



250 
75 
750 



200 
75 
650 



420 
490 
460 



84,000 
36,750 



84,000 
36,750 
299,000 



Area Total 


1, 


075 




925 


454 


419,750 




419,750 


Other Counties 




20 




20 


394 


8,000 




8,000 


State Total 


1, 


700 


1 


,500 


440 


. 660,000 




660,000 




GEEEN PEPPEES - 


VjINTEE - 


ACEES FOE HAEVEST - 


BY COUNTIES 






County 


1953 




1954 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


Broward 


1,600 




1,550 


1,500 


1,500 


1,900 


300 


850 


Charlotte 


c/ 




200 


150 


125 


125 


50 


75 


Collier 


b/lOU 




b/300 


200 


, 225 


1.175 


150 


,225 


Dade 






7^ 


100 


- 50 










b/. 






200 


V 175 


■ V175 


' 150 


225 


Lee , ■ ' 


c/60U- 




30U 


500 


400 


450 


250 


350 


Ivlanatee 


- 150 




50 












Martin 


50 




100 


a/ 


175 


375 


75 


175 


Palm Beach 


1,625 




1,900 


1,65U 


1,925 


2,975 


2^125 , 


3,925 


Other Counties 






25 


100 


25 


25-7 




75 


TOTAL 


4,200- 




4,500.. 


4,400.^ 


4,600 


6,200 


3,100 


5,900 


a/ Included in 


Other Co\inties. 


b/ Hendry 


included in 


Collier. 


c/ Charlotte 


included 


in Lee* 



GEEEN PEPPEES - WINTEE - ACEEAGE, PBODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUmA-EY 



Year Acreage Yield 

Planted For Harvest Per Acre 



Production 
Total Of Value 



Average Price 
Per 



Total Value 









Cwt. 


Bu. 


1,000 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


1950 


5,000 


4,400 


95 1 


;38o: 


1 418 


418 


$ 7.00 


1951 


2,500 


2,300 


118 ( 


;472 


1 271 


-271 


1^.20 


1952 


4,000 


3,700 


109 1 


436 


i .: 403 


403 


9.80 


1953 


4, 500 


4, 200 


89 ( 


356 


1 374 


374 


10.80 


1954 


4,600 


4,500 


96 1 


384 


1 . 432 


432 


10.60 


1955 


4,500 


4,400 


112 1 


448 


1 493 


493 


9.60 


1956 


5,000 


4,600 


115 1 


460 


1 529 


529 


12.20 


1957 


7,000 


6,200 


89 ( 


356 


1 552 


552 


10.50 


1958 


6,300 


3,100 


45 1 


'I8O] 


1 140 


140 


33.30 


1959 


6,900 


5,900 


75 ( 


:3ooi 


1 442 


442 


12^50 



Bu. 1,000 Dollars 

1.75) $ 2,926 

(3.55) 3,848 

,2.45) 3,949 

,2.70) 4,039 

,2.65) 4,579 

2.40 ) 4,733 

3.05) ^ .6>454 

2.62) 5,796 

8.32) 4,662 

(3.12) 5,525 



'GEEEN PEPPEES 


- WINTEE - ACEEAGE 


AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES 


AND AEEAS - 1959 




Co\inties 


: Acreage 


• 
• 


Yield : 


Production 




and Areas 


: Planted : For 


Harvest J 


Bushels : 


Total : 


Harvested 


Fort Myers -Immokalee Area . 










Charlotte 


75 .0,1 


- 75 


280 


21,000 


21,000 


Collier i--.- 


225 .■• 


225 


500 -^ii. 


112,500 


112,500 


Hendry '\' ' 


> 225 


^ 225 


380 


85,500 


85,500 


Lee 


400 , 


350 


280 ■ 


98,000 


98,000 


Area Total 


925^.^ 


875 


362 


317,000 


317,000 


Ever.klades Area 












Palm Beach (Y^est) 


400 


375 


160 


60,000 


60,000 



Continued 



Continued 



GiiEEN PEPPEES - IVINTEE - ACEEAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1959 



Counties 


: Acreage 


• 
■ 


Yield 


J Production 


and Areas 


: Planted 


; For 


Harvest '. 


Bushels 


: - Total 




Harvested 


Lower East Coast Area 
■■ Broward 
Martin 

■ Pnlm Ronf^h ( Tt'«3<5+^ 


1.350 
1/5 
3,950 




850 
175 

J » DJ^ 


235 

'♦05 • 


199,750 

01,375 
1,100,500 


.. .■. . 


199, 750 

ft I "7 C 

i,ioa9 50o 


Area Total 


5,^75 




^,575 


302 


1,381,625 




1.381,625 


Other Counties 


100 




75 


125 


9,375 




9, .^75 


State Total 


6,900 




5,900 


300 


1,768,000 




1,768,000 


-'"GBEEN 


PEPPEES - 


SPEING 


- ACEES FOE HAEVEST - 


BY COUNTIES 






County 


1953 


195^^ 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 .. 


1959 



Aluchua 

■ Bradford 
Broward 
Charlotte 
Collier 

.Dade 

-rGilchrist ■ • -^l 
.■Hr,rdee 
.IHeudry 
•liills'bo^ough 

Lake 

Lee 

Manatee il • ' 

■ Marion . "■" 
; ;Martin ■ 

Palo Beec^ 
Polk 

Seminole and Orange 
Sumter 
Union .■• 
..Volusia 
;0thor Counties 



950 
250 
675 



75 

2,900 
100 
a/250 

125 
50 
825 
UOO 
300 
550 
50 
100 

300 



925 
350 
550 

75 
125 
25 
150 
• 100 
■ 100 
3,400 

150 

100 
100 

. 25 

825 
500 
400 
600 

75 
100 

225 



950 

300 
650 
50 
75 

50 
150 
125 
3,000 

150 

200 

'75 

1,040 
350 
250 
800 
50 
90 
145 



575 
200 
700 
25 
25 

::25. 
.100 
100 
2,700 
150 
75 

25 
100 
1,100 
300 
200 
900 
50 
50 
100 



800 

275 
250 
50 
75 

25 
50 
. 150 
2,500 

125 
100 

25 
25 

175 
1,085 
250 
210 
900 
50 
110 
170 



925 
125 
350 
125 
150 

25 
150 
300 
1,400 
100 
150 

25 
300 
1,700 

150 
225 
575 
50 
75 
100 



30 
100 

75 
200 

25 
75 
150 
1,900 
175 
275 



175 
1,,375 
1/285 
~ 240 
825 
20 
50 
125 



TOTAL 



7,900 



8,900 



8,500 



7,500 



7,400 



7,000 



6; 700 



a/ Charlotte inclvided in Lee. h/ Highlands included in Polk. 



GEEEM PEPPEES - SPEING - ACEEAGE, PBODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMABY 



Year 


Acreage 


Yield 


Production 


Average Price 


Total Value 




Planted For 


Harvest 


Per Acr.e 


Total 


Of Value 


Per 














Cwt. 


Bu. 


1,000 Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu, 


1, 


,000 Dollars 


1950 


10,000 


9,100 


60 1 


:240) 


1 546 


478 


$ 6.40 1 


fi.6o; 


1 


$ 3,059 


1951 


9,300 


8,600 


72 1 


288 


1 619 


587 


7.20 \ 


1.80, 




■■ ';,226 


-952 


6,900 


6,700 


65 < 


260, 


) 436 


436 


11.40 I 


2.85< 




4,970 


1953 


8, 100 


7,900 


61 1 


244 


) 482 


482 


10.00 1 


2.50. 




4,820 


195^;- 


9,000 


8,900 


58 I 


232 


1 516 


498 


8.80 ( 


2.20. 




4,382 


1955 


8,700 


8,500 


70 ( 


280 ; 


1 595 


559 


8.40 ( 


2.10' 




4,696 


1956 


3,000 


7,500 


67 ( 


268^ 


1 502 


502 


10.40 ( 


.2.60 




5»221 


195? 


8,900 


7,400 


50 ( 


.200] 


1 370 


370 


16.20 ( 


.4.05 




■ 5,994 


1958 


8,800 


7,000 


60 ( 


.240 


1 420 


382 


13.50 ( 


.3.38 




5,157 


1959 


8,600 


6,700 


45 ( 


'180; 


1 302 


302 


15.90 ( 


J. 98) 




4,802 



GBEEN PEPPEES - SPEING - ACEEAGE AND PEODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AEEAS - 1959 



Counties 
and Areas 



Acreage 



Yield 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Bushels 



Production 



Total 



Harvested 



Nor t h Florida Area 
Alachua 
Bradford 
Gilchrist 
Union 



1,000 

150 
25 

50 



600 

30 

25 

20 



190 
40 

100 
75 



114,000 
• 1,200 
2,500 
1,500 



114,000 
1,200 
2,500 
1,500 



Area Total 



1.225 



675 



177 



119.200 



119,200 



Coii tral Florida Area 
Lak3 

Sem ".nole 

Suuter 

Vciusia 



Area Total 



200 
250 
1.000 
75 



175 
240 
825 
50 



100 
230 
100 
300 



1.525 



1,290 



132 



17,500 
55,200 
82,500 
15,000 



170; 200 



17,500 
55,200 
82,500 
15,000 



170,200 



45 



Continued 



Continued 

Countiea 
and Areas 



GEEEN PEFFEBS - SPKIITG - ACREAGE AIJD PHODUCTION BY COUNTIES AlID AEEAS - 1959 



acreage 



Yield 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Bushels 



Production 



Total 



Harvested 



HillsTjorougb-Manatee Area 

Hardee 75 

Hillsborough 2,350 

Highlands and Polk 400 



75 
1,900 
285 



100 

115 
121 



7,500 
218,500 
3^,^75 



7,500 
218,500 
3^,^75 



Area. Total 



2,825 



2,260 



115 



260, U75 



260,475 



Fort iJyers-Immokalee Area 
-Cliarlotte 
Collier 
Hendry 
lee 



75 
200 
150 
275 



75 
200 
150 
275 



330 
385 
285 
450 



24,750 
77,000 
42,750 
123,750 
268,250 



24,750 
77,000 
42,750 
123,750 
268, 250 



Area Total 



700 



700 



383 



Everglades Area 
Palm Beach (West) 



225 



175 



185 



32,375 



32,375 



lower East Coast Area 
Broward 

Palm Beach (East) 
Martin 



200 
1,500 
175 



100 
1,200 
175 



150 
255 
125 



15,000 
306,000 
21,875 



15,000 
306,000 
21,875 



Area Total 



1,875 



1,^75 



232 



Other Counties 



225 



125 



117 



3^2,875 



14, 625 



3^2,875 



14,625 



State Total 



8,600 



6,700 . 



180 



1,208,000 



1,208,000 



GBEECT FEPPEBS - COUNTY SHIH-MTS - CAELOTS BY BAIL - SEASON 1958-59 



County 


(Approximate Load 
Nov: Dec: Jan; 


ing - 
Feb: 


725 bushels per 
Mar: Apr: 


car) 
May: 


Jun: 


1958-59 
Total: 


1957-58 
Total: 


Alachua 












1 


35 


36 


93 


Broward 


3 106 


152 


138 


54 


70 


8 




531 


198 


Collier 




3 


2 




1 


7 




16 


4 


Hardee . 










22 


3 




25 


4 


Hillsborough ' 










6 


14 


4 


24 


135 


Lee 


8 


14 


5 


1 


12 






40 


21 


Martin 


. 7 


16. 


9 


3 


11 






47 


33 


Palm Beach , 


21 ■■' 


: .13 


11< 


4 


7 


10 ' 




66 


32 


Seminole 










3 


3 


6 


28 


Sumter 












24 




24 


114 


Volusia 












1 


2 


3 


1 


TOTAL 


3 1^+5 


198 


165 


62 


129 


72 


. 44 


818 


663 



GREEN PEPPEBS-COUT JT Y SHIPMENTS-CABLOT EQUIVALENTS IN MIXED CA BS-SEASO N 1958-195 9 

(Conversion Factor-725 bushels per car) 



Alachua 














1 


2 


3 . 


13 


Broward 


16 


98 


120 


80 


63 


52 


10 




439 


233 


Collier 








1 




2 






3 


2 


Hardee 












3 


3 


1, 


7 . 


3 


Highlands 




















2 


Hillsborough 












2 


5 




7 


14 


Lee 




3 


3 


1 


1 


5 






13 . 


1 


Martin 




















4 


Palm Beach 


2 


14 


17 


13 


7 


10 " 


4 




67 . 


31 


Sarasota 




















5 


Seminole 




1 










6 




15 


4 


Sumter 














9 


i 


10 


4 


Volusia 
















1 


1 




TOTAL 


18 


116 


140 


95. 


71 


74 


38" 


13 


565 


316 



GBEEN PEFPEBS-COUNTY SHIPMENTS- CAELOT EQUIVALENTS BY TBUCK- SEASON 1958-1959 



(Conversion Factor 



1958-59 1957-58 



County Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


Ivlay: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Total: 


Total; 


Alachua 














22 


38 


1 


61 


91 


Bradford 














1 


1 




2 


10 


Broward 


63 


296 


425 


3A5 


327 


190 


66 


■ 6 




1718 


1158 


Collier 




9 


5 


1 


8 


12 


11 


1 




47 


28 


Dade 


3 


9 


16 


19 


24 


11 


3 


2 




87 


60 


Duval 


1 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


2 




18 


18 


Gilchrist 














2 


1 




3 




Hardee 


3 


2 


2 




2 


.27 


27 


2 




65 


39 


Highlands - 














1 




1 




HillsboroSigh 1 


8 


16 


16 


4l 


7 


U2 


131 


77 


1 


310 


304 



46 



Continued 



Continued 



GBE^ PEPPERS -COUNTY SHIPMENTS-CARLOT EQUIVALENTS BY TRUCK-SEASON 1956-1959 











(Conversion Factor. - 70C 


1 bushels per 


^ 

car; 


1958-59 


1957-58 


County 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar.: 


Apr: 


r.Iay: 


Jun: 


Jul: Total: 


Total: 


Lake 
















1 


3 


4 


4 


Lee '-^ 




11 


. 28 


■35 


24 


16 


70 


33 


14 


231 


82 


Manatee 




















- 


2 


Mar i on 














2 


4 


10 


. 16 


11 


Martin 




1 


1 




1 


3 


12 


16 




34 


23 


Orange 






1 








2 


3 


8 


14 


16 


Palm Beach 




23 


55 


101 


93 


86 


105 


40 


3 


506 


294 


Polk 






1 


1 




1 


1 


3 


4 


11 


- 


St» Lucie 














1 


2 




3 


4 


Seminole 




--6 


7 


... 10 


8 


5 


8 


26 


26 


96 


72 


Sumter 












I 


4 


47 - 


24 


75 


97 


Union 


■ft 










. 1, 






1 


■- 2 


5 


Volusia 




t 












i 




3 


3 


Unk> Origin 


1 


17 


34 






3 


2 


2 


2 


1 70 


29 


TOTAL 


2 


136 


k6l 


617 


508 


485 


492 


445 


228 


3 3377 


2350 






CARLOT 


• SHIPMENTS 


; OF GjSEEN PEPPERS BY 


RAIL 


OR BOAT 






AvgtLoad 






















Season Bushels 


Oct: 


Nov: Dec': 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: : 


, Apr 


: May: 


Jun: Jul: 


Total: 



1949- 50 

1950- 51 

1951- 52 

1952- 53- 

1953- 54 

1954- 55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 

1957- 58 

1958- 59 



720 
720 
675 
670 
655 
650 
650 
650 
705 
725 



15 



6 
4 

6 
3 



70 

3 

4: 

13 
8 

71 
118 

77 

74 
1^*5 



301 
3 

31 

63 
27 
214 
194 
249 
26 
198 



210. 

15 
281 

96 
120 

145 
286 

313 
3 
165 



255 
235 
185 
163 
286 
281, 
223 
217 
9 
62 



293 
464 

158 
287 
1.45 
'313 
313 
127 
44 

129 



417 
367 
544 

497 
620 
487 

133 
72 



203 
363 
115 

57 
220 
265 
155 

65 
' 359 

44 



2 
9 



1,849 
1,500 
1,144 
1,224 
1,303 
1,915 
1,782 
1,223 
663 
818 



SHIPMENTS OF GREEN PEPPERS IN MIXED CARS - CARLOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949- 50 

1950- 51 

1951- 52 

1952- 53 

1953- 54 

1954- 55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 

1957- 58 

1958- 59 



720 
720 
675 
670 
655 
650 
650 
650 
705 
725 





3 


41 


139 


150 


183 


15^ 


106 


34 




810 






5 


12 


40 


188 


248 


235 


76 




804 






18 


105 


175 


154 


167 


166 


33 




819 


I 


2 


27 


73 


111 


183 


173 


109 


22 




701 






11 


^ ■52'.-i 


,.149. 


195 


156 


117 


56 


1 


737 




7 


58 


146 


143 


234 


187 


114- 


39 




928 




22 


144 


158 


142 


222 


256 


98 


21 




1,063 




6 


89 


171 


163 


157 


-129 


-85 


28 


1 


829 




25 


73 


22 


4 


14 


73 


77 


25 


3 


316 




18 


116 


140 


95 


71 


, 74 


38 


13 




565 



SHIPMENTS OF GREEN PEPPERS BY TRUCK IN CaBLOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


620 




2 


' 18 


95 


310 


.. 374 


513 


563 608 


287 


. 6 


♦ 2,776 


1950-51 


700 






11 


40 


145 


, . 240 


549 


507 558 


^ 297 


6 


2,353 


1951-52 


700 






9 


98 


357 


";463 


470 


568 530 


275 


,13 


2,783 


1952-53 


700 




5 


38 


121 


- 385 . 


400 


557 


676 550 


228 


3 


2,963 


1953-54 


700 




1 


16 


70 


- 323 ^ 


V 569 


681 


564 700 


225 


8 


3,157 


1954-55 


700 




2 


77 


184 


- 467 ^ 


518 


625 


667 586 


315 


5 


3,446 


1955-56 


700 




3 


84 


350 


465 


604 


668 


679 538 


242 


12 


• 3,645 


1956-57 


700 




1 


45 


282 


602 


564 


619 


584 552 


220 


5 


3,474 


1957-58 


700 




3 


117 


297 


342 


129 


187 


313 452 


494 


16 


2,350 


1958-59 


700 




2 


136 


461 


617 


-•508- V. 


485 


492, • 445 


228 


3 


3,377 


• Includes 2 cars in 


August. 






w-i 'S.~ ' 




' ' ; 
( - 
















peppers: 


MONTHLY 


PRICES - 


FIffiSH MARKET 




















Dollars 


per Cvitr 










Season 


Year 


Oct: 


Nov: 




Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


J\in: 


Jul: 




1954-55 


8.00 


10.80 




8.00 


6.20 


11.60 


10.60 


9.80 


7.40 


7.60 


7.00 


8.94 


1955-56 


10.40 


11.30 




8.60 


12.80 


11.60 


12.40 


9.00 


9.80 16.20 


16.00 


11.06 


1956-57 


12.40 


13.60 




12.80 


9.60 


9.70 


12.30 


16.40 


16.40 15.10 


15.10 


12.80 


1957-58 


12.00 


10.00 




15.90 


32.20 


43.20 


28.40 


20.40 


15. 80 


8.80 


6.00 


18.03 


1958-59- 


^9.60. 


18.20 




8.80 


11.00 


13.20 


' 13.90 


14.50 


19.50 12.50 




13.27 



OS 



47 



PEPPEBS; SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS IN PEitCENT 



Year 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Total: 


J. 7Jf~JJ 










•12.8 


18. 1 


18. 6 


21.0 


9.8 


0. 1 


100.0 


1955-56 


0. 1 


1.7 




12.6 


15.9 


17.2 


19.2 


17.3 


6.4 


0.2 


100.0 


1956-57 




0.9 


8.1 


18. 5 


18.8 


18.0 


15.2 


14.7 


5.7 


0.1 


100.0 


1957-58 


0.1 


^.5 


13.3 


11.7 


4.1 


6.3 


12.9 


19.9 


26.4 


0.8 


100.0 


1958-59 




3.3 


15.2 


20.1 


16.1 


13.0 


14.6 


11.7 


6.0 




100.0 



lEISH POTATOES 



IRISH POTATOES 



ALL SEASON S - ACKE S FOR HARVEST 
195^-55 



BY COUNTIES 



Coiinty 



1952-53 1953-5^ 



1,100 
500 

8,40U 
175 
900 

4, 400 

, 70U 
b/2,510 
1/ 565 
- 1,345 
3,900 
12,700 
150 
655 
38,000 



1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 



Alachua 

Bradford 

Collier 

Dade - 

DeSoto 

Escambia 

Flagler 

Hendry 

Hillsborough 
Lee 

Martin 
Palm Beach 
Putnam 
St. Johns 
Union 

Other Counties 



950 
400 

10,80U 
55 
1,200 
3,900, 

l,10t> 
b/2,850 
~ 800 
2,700 
4,100 
11,300 
150 
1,195 
41,500 



950 
350 

t/ 
8,80U 
100 
950 
3,600 

65D 
b/1,750 
a/ 220 
" 975 
3,100 
10,300 
100 
955 



1,300 
400 
1,000 
8,900 

900 
4.300 
c/400 
~ 750 
2,700 
a/ 1,050 

~ 2,525 
3,900 
12,800 

175 

600 



1,550 
325 
3,100 
10,700 
e/225 
T,300 
,5,200 
c/ 1,430 
890 
~,3,000 
a/ 2, 180 
"3,000 
5,800 
15,000 
150 
450 



1,150 
175 
515 
8,500 
e/150 
T,700 
5, ,500 
c/220 
1/475 
T,675 
a/ 1,140 
~ 2,590 
5,700 
14,300 
125 
485 



775, 

7,200 

825 
,3,900 
c/ 1,050 
1/ 850 
'E/l»200 
a/ 620 
~ 2,300 
4,600 
13,000 
f/ 100 
680 
37,100 



TOTAL 



32,800 



41,700 



5't,300 



44,400 



a/ Includes St. Lucie 1953-5^ through 1958-59 and Indian River in 1954-55 and 1957-58. 
W Collier and Hendry included in Lee. 

cf Includes Glades 1955-56 through 1958-59 and Collier in 1958-59. 
y Includes Polk 1956-57 through 1958-59 and Sarasota in 1958-59. 
e/ Includes Sarasota and Hardee. 
7/ Bradford included: in Uha6n. r- " 





IRISH POTATOES - ALL 


SEASONS - 


ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND 


VALUE - STATE 


SUMMARY 


Season 


Acreage 


Yield 


Production 


Average 


Total Value 




Planted For 


Har.vest 


Per Acre 


Total 


Of Value 


Price 




-. .\. ' ' 






Cwt. 


1,000 


Cwt. 


Per Cwt. 


1,000 Dollars 


1949-50 


24,900 


24,600 


136 r 


if 351 --^ 


3,351 


$ 2.80 


. $ 9,379 


1950-51 


24,300 


24, 200 


■ 156 


3,774 


. 3,774 


3.08 




1951-52 


31,300 


30,600 


150 


^,589 


4,589 


4.11 


18,877 


1952-53 


42,400 


41,500 


148 


6,144 


5,926 


2.66 


15,747 


1953-54. 


.32,800 


32,800 


178 


5,839 


5,839 


2.52 


14,727 


X954-55 


'38,500 . 


38,000 ' 


160 


6,080 


6,080 


.,-3i^9 ■— • 


24,279 


1955-56 


42,500 


41,700 


162 ■ 


6,766 


6,766 


3.65 


24,723 


1956-57 


57,000 


54,300 


140 


7,610 \, 


7,076 


1.97 


13,910 


1957-58 


49,900 


44, 400 


135 


5,977 


5,582 


2.65 


14,744 


1958-59 


37,800 


37,100 


133 


4,944 


4,696 


2.81 


13,221 



IRISH POTATOES - ALL SEASONS - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1959 



Counties 
and Areas 



Acreage 



Yield 



Production 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Cwt. 



Total 



Harvested 



West Florida Area 
Escambia 



925 



825 



145 



119,625 



119,625 



Gainesville Area 

• Alachua - - 

Bradford and Union 



800 
125 



775 
100 



70 
116 



54,250 
11,550 



54,250 
11,550 
65,800 



Area Total 



925 



875 



75 



65,800 



Hastings Area 
Flagler 
Putnam 
S%-, Johns 



Area Total 



3,900 
4, 600 
13,000 



21,500 



3,900 
4,600 
13,000 
21,500 



104 
115 

135 



1.25 



404,000 
529,000 
1,755,000 

2,688,000 



355,000 
489,000 
■1,656,000 
2,500,000 



Continued 



48 



Continued 

lEiSH pot;itoes 



ALL SEASONS - ACEEAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1959 



Counties 
and Areas 



Acreage 



Yield 



Production 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Cwt. 



Total 



Harvested 



Hillsborough-Manatee Area 
Hillsborough 
Polk and Sarasota 



800 
100 



750 
100 



101 

90 



75,950 
9,000 



74,450 

9,000 



Area Total 



900 



850 



100 



84,950 



83,450 



Fort Myers- Immokalee Area 
Collier, Glades, and Hendry 1,100 
Lee ■ 1,225 



1,050 
1,200 



105 
147 



110,250 
176,400 



110,250 
162,000 



Area. Total 



2,325 



2,250 



127 



286, 650 



272,250 



Everglades Area 
Pelm .Beach (West) 



2,300 



2,075 



111 



229,900 



229,900 



Lower East Coast Area 

Dade 7,400 
Martin^Falm Beach(E),St. Lucie 845 



7,200 

845 



180 
111 



,299,400 
93,800 



173 1,393,200 



1,262,000 
87,100 



1,349,100 
75,875 
4,696,000 



Area Total 



8,245 



8,045 



75,875 
4,944,000 



Other Coiinties 



680 



680 



112 



State Total 



37,800 



37,100 



133 



IBISH POTATOES - WINTER - ACEES FOH HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



■ 1959 
e/1,050 
~ 7,200 



County 



1953 



"1955" 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1958 



Collier 
Eade 
Hendry 
Hillsborough 
Lee . 

PaljB Beach 
Other Counties 



10, 80© 

a/ 2, 850 
~ 1,200 



8,801 
, 150 

a/ 1,750 

~ 900 



8,40U 

lOU 
a/2,510 
"1,185 

b/ 605 



1,000 
8,900 

c/ 400 

~ 75 
' 2,700 

1,875 
b/1,050 



3,100 
10,700 
c/1,430 
190 
3,000 
2,400 
b/2»l80 



515 
8,450 
c/ 220 
~ 125 
1,675 
d/2,255 
- : 260 



1,?00 
1,700 

b/ 700 



TOTAL 



15,000 



11,600 



12,800 



16,000 



23,000 



a/ Coll ier and Hendry included in Lee. ToJ 
cj Includes Glades. d/ Includes Martin. 



Includes Martin, Indian River and 
£/ Includes Glades and Hendry. 



i3*:?oo 

St.^^ucie. 



12,000 



IRISH POTATOES - WINTER - ACEEAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 



Year Acreage .Yield 
Planted For Harvest " Per Acre. 



Production 
Total Of Value 



Average 
Price 



Total Value 



1950 


10,100 


1951 


8,600 


1952 


11,300 


195"' 


15,200._:. 


1954 


11,600 : 


1955 


12,800 


1956 


16,300 


1957 


25,000 


19J8 


17,500 


1-959 


12,500 



Cwt. 



1,000 Cwt. 



Per Cwt. 



1,000 Dollars 



9,800 


150 


1,470 


1,470 


$ 2.86 — 


■ % 4,204 


8,500 


153 


1,300 


1,300 


3,75 
4.34 


^,875 


10,700 


144 


1,5M 


l,5M 


6,688 


15,000 


159 


2,385 


2,385 


3.06 


7,298 


11,600 


183 


2,123 


2,123 


2.32 


4,925 


12,800 


180 


2,304 


2,304 


4.09 


9,423 


16,000 


173 


2,768 


2,768 


3.76 


10,408 


23,000 


140 


3,220 


2,960 


2.14 


6,334 


13,500 


96 


'V- 1,296 


1,296 


4.75 


6,156 


12,000 


155 


1,860 


1,800 


2.33 


4,194 



IRISH POTATOES - WINTER - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1959 



'""Pounties ; 


Acreage 


• 


Yield 


: Production 


and Areas ; 


Planted : For 


Harvest : 


Cwt. 


: Total 


: Harvested 


Everglades Area 












-rPalm Beach (West) 


1,700 


1,475 


105 


154,900 


154,900 


•Hillsborough-Manatee Area 












Hillsborough 


150 


150^-v 


too 


15,000 


'■ 13,500 


Fort Myers -Immokalee Area 












Collier, Glades, Hendry 

.; Lee 


1,100 
1,225 


1,050 
1,200 


105 

147 


110,250 
176,400 


110, 250 
162,000 


: Area Total 


2,325 


2,250 


T27 


286,650 


272, 250 


""Lewer East Coast Area 












- Dade 

. Martin,P.B. (E), St. Lucie 


7,400 
845 


7,200 
845 


180 
111 


1,299,400 
93,800 


1,2^2,000 
87,100 


Area Total 


8,245 


8,045 


173 


1.393,200 


1,349,100 


Other Counties 


80 


80 


128 


10,250 


10,250 


State Total 


12,500 


12,000 


155 


1,860,000 


1,800,000 



49 



IRISH POTATOES - SPRING - ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



County 


1953 


Alachua 


950 


Bradford 


iJOO 


DeSotq - 


55 


Eadamtia 


1,200 


Flagler 


3,900 


Hillsborough 


950 


Majtin 


800 


Palm Beach 


1,500 


Putnam 


4, 100 


St* Johns 


11,300 


Union 




Other Coxmties 


.1,195 


■v.:,- TOTAL- 


~ 26,500 



195^ 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



950 
350 
100 
950 
3,600 
/ 500 
a/ 295 

3,100 
10,300 
'100 
955 



1,100 
500 
175 
900 
4,400 
; 600 

160 
3,900 
12,700 

^'150 
615 



1,300 
400 
h/ 70 
- 900 

t.300 
c/ 705 

650 
3,900 
12,800 
175 
500 



1,550 

h/ 225 
"1,300 
5,200 
c/ 700 

600 
5,800 
15,000 
150 
450 



1,150 

c/ 150 
"1,700 
5,500 
. 350 
a/ 325 
~ 900 
5,700 
14,300 
125 
525 



775, 
1/ 

825 
3,900 
c/ 700 

600 
4,600 
13,000 
d/-10G 

600 



21,200 



25,200 



25,700 



31,300 



30,900 



25,100 



a/: .Includes St« Luci-e and Palm Beach in 195'*J St. Lucie and Indian River in 1958» 
■p/ Thcludes Polk. c/ Includes Sarasota and Hardee 1956, 1957, 1958 and Sarasota and Polk in 1959 
Bradford included ia. Union. ii.. . ■ -'/^ . 





IRISH POTATOES - SPRING - ACREAGE, 


PRODUCTION 


AND VALUE - 


STATE SUMMARY 


.Year , 


Acreage , 


Yield 


Production 


Average 


Total Value 




.\.:Planted For 


Harvest 


Per Acre 


Total Of 


Value 


Price 










Cwt. 


1,000 Cwt. 


Per Cwt, 


. IrOOO DpllM^, 


1950 


14,800 


14,800 


127 


1,881 


1,881 


$ 2.75 


$ 5,175 


1951 


-15,7^0 


15,700 


'158 


2,474 


2,474 


2.72 


6,724 


19520,- 


^ 20,000 


19,900 


153 


3,048 


3,048 


. 4.00 


12,169 


195? . 


27,20(1 


26,500 


142 


3,759 


3,541 


2.39 


8,449 


195'* 


21,200: - 


21,200 


175 


= 3,716 


3,716 


2.64 


9,802 


1955 


25,700, . 


25,200,, 


%5Qi 


3,776 


3,776 


3.93 


14,856 


1956 ; 


26,2d:o;'.- 


25,700. 


136 


3,998 


3,998 


3.58 


14,315 


1957 . ■ 


32,000^' ^- 


31,300. 


.1140 


i*,390 


4,116 


1.84 


7,576 


1958 V 


Jii32,400^- ; ; 


3o,9oa:F?r 


151 


4,681 


4,286 


2.00 


8,588 


l959o'V: 


.■ 25,300 


25,100 


123 


3,084 


2,896 


3.11 


9,027 




IRISH POTATOES - SPRING 


- ACREAGE AND 


PRODUCTION 


BY COUNTIES 


AND AREAS - 


1959 



Counties 


: Acreage : 


Yield . : 


Production 


and Areas 


: Planted ; Fof Harvest : 


Cwt. : 


Total 


: Harvested 


West Florida Area" 
Escamtia 


925 825 


145 


119,625 


1.19,625 


Gainesville AreiS 
Alachua 
Bradford 

Union ' • 


800 775 
25 25 
100 , 75 


70 1; 
72 U 
130 


54,256 
1,800 
9,750 


5*^,250 
1,800 
9,750 


Area Total 


925 875 


75 


65,80Q 


65,800 


Hastings .Area 
Flagler ' 
Putnam . 
St. Johnjs 


3,900 3,900 
4,600 4,600. 
13,000 13,000 


104 ^; 

115 

135 


404,000--i: 
529, 000: ^ 
1,755,000. 


355; 000 

489,000 

1,656,000 


Area Totial 


21,500 21,500 


125 


2,688,000 


2,500,000 


Hillsborough-Manatee Area ^ - 
Hillsborough 
Polk and Sarasota 


650 600 

100 100 _ _ 


102 

90 


60,950 - 
9,000 


9,000. 


Area Total 


750 : 700 


100 


69,950 


69,950 


Everglades Area " 
Palm Beach (West) 


600 600 


125 


75.000 


75,000 


Other Counties 


600 600 


109 


65,625 


65,625 


State Total . 


- 25,300 25,100 


123 


3,084,000 


2,896,000 


- IRISH POTATOES 


- COUNTY SHIPMENTS - CAELOTS 


BY RAIL - 


SEASON 1958-1959 





County 



Dec: 



Feb: 



Mar: 



Apr; 



May: 



J\jn: 



1958-59 
Total: 



1957-58 
Total: 



Alachxia 

Broward 

Collier 

Dade 

DeSoto 

Duval 

Flagler 



3 



2 
297 



i 

2 

538 



19 



495 
162 



24 

3 
2 

1335 



50 



68 230 
Continued 



106 



486 
6 
22 
480 



Continued 



IRISH POTATOES - COUNTY SHIPMENTS - CaELOTS BY RAIL - SEASON 1958-1959 



Countv 


Dec J 


( An'DroTiraa.'tiQ TiOadine:! U*lO- 
JanS Feb I Mar! 


100 lb. 

Apr! 


May: 


JvmJ 


1958-59 
Total: 


1957-58 
Total: 


Hillsborough 






J. 


1 




o 
c 




L66 




2y ID/ 


c 








7lf 


uiar xin 




C, 










•i 
J 


0ke6chobe6 






Z 








o 

o 




J** 


fin 








lis? 


181 


Putnam 






60 


122 




182 


3^*9 


St* Johns 






336 


885 


9 


1230 


1230 


Seminole 




2 


2 






if 




Union 








5 




5 




TOTAL 


34 


IIU if 66 570 


1090 




li* 


3^*33 


29'+5 



IRISH POTATOES-COUNTY SHIPMENTS- CARLOT EQUIVALENTS IN MIXED CAES- SEASON 1956-1959 





(Conv)9rsion Factor: 


ififO - 100 


lb. bags) 








Broward 




• 1 








2 


■ ~ 


Dade 






1 








1 




Palm Beach 


2 6 




2 


1 


1 




15 


5 


Seminole 




Ir 










1 




TOTAL 


2 7 


5 


3 


1 


1 




19 


-■5 


IRISH POTATOES-COUNTY SHIPMENTS IN CARLOT EQUIVALENTS BY TRUCK-SEASON 


1950-1959 






^Conversion 


Factor: 


300- 


■100 lb. bags) 






'95' ■ 


ft_r» Kim 










•-50- • 


22 


72 


Bradford 










2 




2 


12 


Broward 


. 8 39 


57 


82 


51 ■ 


10 ;-. 




t247 


307 - ■ : 


Collier 




8 


55 


58 


■"■^ 3 5 




124 


141 


Dade : 


2 25 


26if 


592 


505 


- 4 




1392 


1580 


DeSoto 






1 








1 


15 


Duval 


. 1- : ; 


lif 


19 


28 


,30 


16 


114 


258 


Flagler.: 






7 


175 


. 48 


• 4 






Hardee . . 






2 


5 


2 






7 


Hendry 








1 






43 


12 


Hillsborough 


1 9 


12 


8 


92 


44 




.166- - 


— 144^ 


Lee 


9 - 


83. 




28 






.:m,- 


.165 


Martin " 






36 


26 






62 


105 


Okeechobee ' 






56 


9 






.65 




Palm Beach 


29 12if 


46 


71 


110 


67 




.447 


560 


Polk ^ 


1 . 




1 




1 




. 3 


8 


Putnam 


3 


2 


18 


732 


632 


20 


1407 


1750 


St. John4 \ 


2 . 


6 • 


if6 


1267 


2095 


95 


3511 


6373 


St. Lucie 




1 


9 


7 


7 




24 


59 


Sarasota 










2 




2 


1 


Seminole 




12 


18 


43 


27 




114 


159 


Union 








32 




32 


92 


Unknown Origin 


9 3 


1 


15 


7 


7 


2 


44 


140 . 


TOTAL 


. 51 235 . 


506. 


1113 


-3144 


3063r 


159 


8271 


12477 ' 


1 ■ 


CARLOT SHIPMENTS 


OF IRISH POTATOES BY 


RAIL OR BOAT 






Avg» Load 


















Season Cwt. 


Nov: Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: Mar: 


Apr: May: Jun: 


Jul: 


Total: 



1950- 51 

1951- 52 

1952- 53 

1953- 54 

1954- 55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 

1957- 58 

1958- 59 



310 
310 
304 
304 
300 
300 
300 
382 
440 



2 
33 
20 

3 
12 
64 
48 
12 
34 



327 
241 
261 
286 
210 
373 
440 
179 
97 
114 



470 
1203 
872 
637 
59^^ 

33|; 

96, ; 
466 



933 
1413 
2315 
1958 
1701 
1623 
859 
193 
570 



1934 
2036 
3476 
3089 
1641 
1832 
1549 
186 
1090 



3237 
1530 
2854 
3110 
3286 
1990 
1364 
1288 
1145 



9 
58 

3 
19 
115 
; 9 
45 
1056 
14 



14 



6,875 
6,476 
9,826 
9,026 
7,722 
"6,701 
4,381 
2,945 
3,433 



51 



SHIPMENTS OF IRISH POTATOES IN MIXED CABS - CAfiLOT EQUIVALENTS 



Season 


Avg* LoEul 
Cwt. 


Npv: 


Cec.: 


Jan! 




Mar: 


Apr: 


May! Jvm! Jvll 


Total: 


19U9-50 


312 




1 - 




13 


13 


3 


^ ^ 


38 


1950-51 " 


310 


..... ^ 


•** 




"o^'3' • 


7- 


17 


2 - - 


30 


1951-52 


310 


... 




nf... 


3 


2 ■ 




7-;;3-- 

■ I ■ '-^ 


56 


1952-53; 


30** 




1 




^ ■■ 


..8-. ■ 




■ \ ' 2 ■ 


23 


1953-5^' 


30** 






11 




10 


5 




32 


l95'*-55^> 


300 






3 






2 


7 - - 


- 17- 


1955-56..; 


300 




2 


6 


2 




2 


I - - 


17 


1956-57; ^ 


300 




2 


5 


3 




3 




13 


1957-58 


382 






3 








2 


5 


1958-59 






2 


7 


5 


3 


1 


1 - - 


19 



SHIPMENTS OF IBISH POTATOES BY TBUCK IN CAELQT EQUIVALENTS 



19'*9-50 


. 300 






162 


257 


549 


1296 


1317 


24 




3,629- 


1950-51 


---.300 




15 


153 


213 


5'K) 


1129 


2016 


28 


7 


4,101:':; 


1951-52 


300 




-.19 


191 


391 


699 


2658 


2754 


13 




6,726 


1952-53 


300 




• 18 


276- 


-476 


1311 


2819 


2976 


37 




7,913 


1953-5^ 


300 




9 


178 


351 


995 


313^ 


3634* 


22 




8,325 


195'*-55 


300 




11 


321 


381 


lino 


2025 


5895 


578" 




10,621 


1955-56 - 


300 




64 


370 


727 


21'*3 


U190 


5557 


85 




13,136 


1956-57 


300 ~ - 




. 61 


359 


876 


2536 


5100 


67^1 


518 




16,191 


1957-58 


300 




66 


- 267 


262 


80U 


1196 


5510 


4130 


220 


12,477 


1958-59 


300 




51 


235 


506 


1113 




3063 


159 




8,2?1 






potatoes: 


MONTHt-T-PEICES 


- FEESH MAiUCET 

















Dollars per 


Cwt. 








Season 


Year 


Dee: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Aipr: 


May: 


Jun: 




Avg: 


1954-55 


4.60 


3.25 


3.60 


3.40 


5.75 


3.65 


3.35 




3.99 


1955-56 


: 3.15 


3.00 


3.15 


3.95 


3.89 


3.48 


4. 15 




3f65 


1956-57 




3.10 


2.50 


2.25 


1.81 


1.84 


1.56 




.li97 . 


1957-58 


2.85 


3.75 


5.40 


5.10 


5. 18 


2.56 


1.47 


1.57 


2. ,65 


1958-59 


3.30 


3.50 


2.10 


2.06 


2.66 


3.33 


3.85 




2^31 






potatoes: SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS 


IN PERCENT 








Year 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Total: 


1954-55 




3.0 


5.0 


15.0 


18.0 


56.0 


3.0 




100.0 


1955-56 


1.0 


4.0 


8.0 


19.0 


30.0 


36.0 


2.0 




lOC.O 


1956-57 




3.0 


6.0 


17.0 


32.0 


37.0 


5.0 




100 oO 


1957-58 


1.0 


2.0 


2.0 


6.0 


9.0 


43.0 


34.0 


3.0 


100.0 


1958-59 


It 1.0 


3.0 


8.0 


16.0 


35.0 


33.0 


4.0 




100,0 



SQUASH 





-SQUASH - ALL 


SEASONS - 


ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY 


COUNTIES 






County 


1952-53 


1953-54 


1954-55 


1955-56 


1956-57 


1957-58 


1958-59 


Alachua 


250 


275 


250 


200 


-20Q_ 


225 


200 


Bradford 


125 


100 


125 


75 


100 


75 


50 


Broward 


2,000 


1,775 


2,375 


2,400 


1,750 


1,300 


1,250 


Collier 


275 


290 


300 


350 


775 


400 


575 


iDade 


950 


1,100 


1,225 


1,050 


. . ^000 


1,450 


1,900 


Gadsden 


125 


75 


100 


225 


i50~7 


50 




Gilchrist 










50 . . 


60 


50 


Hamilton 


100 


100 


125 


100 


100 — 


r 100 


100 


Hardee 


150 


115 


100 


100 


100 


150 


150 


Hendry 


■ ' 200 


150 


125 


300 


525 ; 


450 


425 


Hernando 






50 


25 


25 , 


25 




Hillsborough , 


1,350 


li350 


1,325 


1,575 


1»350 ^ 


1,600 


§ It 150 


Indian River 


150 


110 


100 


75 








Jefferson 


25 


100 


150 


100 


250 ; 


75 


: 75 


Lee 


325 


335 


375 


350 


375 


475 


c 525 


Levy 


100 


150 


150 


125 


75 : 


75 


^cv- 75 


Madison 


50 




50 


25 


150 


150 


7/01 150 


Manatee 


250 


250 


150 


150 


100 


175 


. 175 


Marion 


975 


775 


700 


750 


825 


750 


750 


Martin 


125 


100 


150 


75 


200 


100 





Continued 



52 



Continued 


SQUASH - ALL 


SEASONS - 


ACBES FOR HARVEST - 


BY COUNTIES 






CoTinty 


1952-53^ - . 


JL933-5^ 


195/1-55 


1955-56 


1956-57 


1957-58 


1958-59 









J ly 




-v<n 


1 no 


1 "lO 


'PaTiti Rftftr^Vi 


1,700 




1 QDTI 




9..1-«0 






Polk ■. 


1 "SO 








100 


100 


iOO 


3\jx» coir ^ 


CO 

150 






50 




50 


25 


Union 


200 


175 


150 


125 


150 


175 


Volusia 












25 


25 


Other Coxmties 


4oo 




225 


300 


■225 


2U0 


400 


TOTAL 


10, 100 


9,800 


10,700 


ll,iiOO 


10,900 


10,600 


11,000 



SQUASH - ALL SEASONS - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUmiARY 



Season 


Acreage 
Planted" For Harvesb 


Yield 
Per Acre 


Production 
Total Of Value 


Average Price 
Per 


Total Value 
($1,000) 








Cwt» 


Bu. 


Ij 1,000 


Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu. 




l9^:-9-50 


11,700 


10,800 


U2 ■ 1 


\ 861 


( 449 


449 


$ 4.86 1 


;2.39) 


( $ 2,184 


1950-51 


12,300 


10,800 


53 1 


108; 


1 570 


508 


5^15 1 


2.52 


1 2,616 


1951-52 


ll,itOO 


10,600 


39 1 


80 


1 414 


414 


6.98 ( 


3.^*2 


1 2,888 


1952-53 


11,U00 


10,100 


hU, 1 


90 


1 .441 


441 


5.57 1 


2.73 


1 2,457 


1953 -5^ 


10,400 


9,800 


51 1 


104 


1 497 


463 


5.27 1 


2.58 


I 2,441 


195'+-55 


11,100 


10,700 


59 1 


120 


1 - - 626 


597 


.-4.95 < 


2.43 


I 2,953 


1955-56 


12,500 


ll,ifOO 


57 1 


116 


1 649 


621 


5.14 1 


2.52 


I 3,191 


1956^57 


12,200 


10,900 


50 1 


102 


1 5^6 


546 


6.62 1 


3.24 


1 3,612 


1957-58 


14,U00 


10,600 ; ' 


- •■■ 52 v.. ( 


106 


1 550.. 


■ i^^i^. 


. 5.27 < 


2.58 


1 : 2,605 


1956-59 


12,800 


11,000 


44 ( 


\ 90] 


1 ' 487 


487 


■ '^^^7iQr ■ ( 


.3.'*7; 


I 3,^*5^ • 



l/ Conversion Factor 49 pounds per bushel or 2.040 bushels per cwt. 



SQUASH - ALL 


SEASONS - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION 


BY COUNTIES 


AND AREAS - 


1958-1959 


Counties 


: Acreage ^ 


• 


Yield : 


"Production - 


and Areas 


■ tr. Planted : For 


Harvest ; 


Bushels : 


Total, 


: Harvested 


North Florida Area 












Alachua 


- : 225 


ZOO 


69 


13,750 


13,750 


Bradford 


50 


50 


50 


2,500 


. 2,500 


Gf.lfchrist ; 


50 


. . 50 


70 


3,500 


3,500 


Eaniilton ■ 


100 


r 100 


|8:;' 


5,750 


5,750 


Jefferson ' ■ - : 


- . 75 


75 


60 ' 


4,500 


4^500 . 


Levy 


■e.. 75 


75 


67 


5,000 


5,000 


Madison 


150 


150 


58 " 


8,625 


8,625 


Marion 


825 


750 


125 


93,-500 


93,500 


^Tnion 


200 


; 175 


67 , 


11 ,,750 


11,750 


Area Total 


1»750 


1,625 


92 : 


148,875 


■0-., 148.875 


Central Florida Area 












Orange and Seminole 


150 


150 


113 


17,000 


17,000 


Sunter '.i:^,," "... "■.r - 






100 


2,500 


2,500 


Volusia- 


25 


25 


90 


-2,250 


2,250 ^ 


Area Total - - ■ 


225 


200 


109 


21,750 


21,750 



Hillsborough-Manatee Area 

Hardee I5O 

"Hiilsborough 1,650 

..".'Manatee 175 

•.vjPolk 100 



150 
1,150 

175 
100 



77 
78 
78 
78 



11,500 
90,000 
13,625 
7,750 



11,500 
90,000 

13,625 
7,750 



Ai-ea Total 



,2,075 



lf575. 



78 



122,875 



122; 875 



-Fo rt Myers- Itpmokalee Area 

Charlotte 50 

-.-Collier 575 

~: 'Hendry ' — . j^g^ 

Leo 600 





575 
425 
525 




147 
132 
161 





84,500 

56,000 
B4.375 
224,875 .: 





84,500 
56,000 
- ■: 84,375 
— ;v--224,875 ^ 



Are^. Total 

Lower East Coast Area- ~ 
Brevard „ 
Dade ' ' 

Palm Beach (East) 



1,650 



■i.r5.25 



147 



1,500 
2,150 
2,800 
6,450 



1»250 
1,900 J. 
2,350 



61 

85 
78 



76,500^~-™'^#--^^^^-.7&r^0().. 

162»0G0 - ' 162,000 

182,250 182,250 

420,750 420, 750 



Area Total 



5,500 



EvQrrlades Area 
Palm Beach (West) 



175 



175 



iir 



-1^,500 



19,500 



Other Counties 



475 



400 



OS 



state Total 



12,800 



11,000 



90 



34,375_ 



993,000 



34,375 
993,000 



53 



SQUASH - FALL - ACHES FOB HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



Coxinty 


1952: 


1953 


195^ 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


Alachua 


100 


75 


75 


100 


75 


125 


125 


Bradford 


50 


25 


50 


50 


50 
J** 


25 


25 


Broward 


300 


175 


?75 






50 




Collier 


50 




100 


150 


200 


125 


175 


Dade 


50 


50 


125 


250 


150 


300 


500 


Gadsden. 


125 


50 


50 


200 


100 


50 




Gilchrist 














25 


Hamiiton 


50 


50 


75 


75 


50 


50 


50 


Hardee 


75 


i*0 


50 


50 




100 


100 


Hendry 


25 


25 


50 


100 


200 


175 


175 


Hernando 






50 


25 


25 


25 




Hillshorough 


300 


200 


275 


500 


350 


i+OO 


400 


Indian Hiver ... 


50 


50 


25 


25 








Jefferson.'". 




100 


150 


100 


i€)0 


- ■. 25 


75 


Lee , '-. v 


75 


60 


75 


100 


125 


125 


125 


Levy ' ■- - - 


25 


50 


50 


75 


25 


25 


25 


Madison 


50 




50 


25 


50 


100 


75 


LIan.atee 


150 


150 


75 


75 


50 


75 


75 


Marion : 


375 


275 


250 


500 




350 


425 


Martin' 


25 




50 


25 


75 


25 




Orange and Seminole 




85 


175 


100 


50 


25 


25 


Palm Beach 


■ 200 


175 


300 


550 


450 


750 


625 


Polk 






50 


50 


50. 


50. 


50 


Union 


■ 50 


150 


125 


125 


75 


IQO 


100 


Other Counties 


75 


75 


50 


50 


75 


125 


125 


TOTAL ^ 


2,200 


1,900 


2,600 


3,700 


3,100 


3,500 


3,700 - 




SQUASH - FALL 


- ACREAGE, 


PRODUCTION 


AND VALUE 


- STATE 


SUMMARY 





Year 


Acreage 


Yield 


Production 


Average Price 


Total Value 




Planted For 


Harvest 


Per Acre 


Total Of Value 


Per 




($1,000) 








Cwt. 


Bu. 


. 1,000 Cwt. 




- Cwt. 


Bu. 




1949 . 


2,500 


2,300 


42 1 


[ 86; 


I 97 


97 


$ 4.50 1 


[2. 10' 


1 $ 436 


1950 ' . 


2,400 


1,700 


32 1 


65 


1 


5^ 


8.65 I 


4.24 


1 467 


1951.- •; 


2,700 


2,^0 


34 I 


69 


1 82 


82 


5.90 1 


2.89 


1 484 


1952 ' 


2,800 


2,-200 


37 1 


76 


1 81 


ai 


6.75 1 


3.3ij 


I 5*^7 


1953 - 


2,100 


i,900 


39 I 


80 


1 7^ 




6.00 1 


2.9^ 


1 444 


195^+ 


2,800 


2y600 


54 1 


110 


1 140 


140 


4.30 I 


2.11 


1 602 


1955 


3,800 


3,700 


56 1 


114 


1 '■' 207 


192 


4.00 1 


1.96 


\ 768 


1956 


3,^00 


3,100 


44 1 


90 


1 136 


136 


6.20 1 


3.04 


1 843 


1957 


4,200 


3,500 


53 - < 


1081 


1 186 


160 


^.35 < 


2.13) 


1 696 


1958 


3,900 


3,700 


49 ( 


'lOOJ 


1 181 




4.85 < 


'2.38] 


1 878 




SQUASH 


- FALL - 


ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES 


AND AREAS - 1958 




Covinties 




• 

- 


Acreage 




Yield 




Production 


and .Areas 




: Planted : For Harvest : Bushels 


• 
• 


Total 




: Harvested 



North Florida Area 














Alachua 


156 


125 


50 




6,250 


6,250 


Bradford 


25 


25 


40 




1,000 


1,000 


Gilchrist 


25 


25 


80 


.J 


2,000 


2,000 


Hafflilton 


50 


50 


55 




2,750 


2,750 


JeffQtson 


75 s 


75 


60 




4,500 


4,500 


Levy ~ " 


25 •■- 


25 :- 


80 




2,000 


2,000 


Madison 


75 


75 


55 




^,125 


^,125 


Marion 


450 


425 


113 




48,000 


48,000 


Union 


100 


100 


80 




8,000 


8,000 



78,625 



78,625 



Area Total 



975 



925 



85 



25 



Central Florida Area 
Orange and Seminole 

jHillstorough-Manatee Area 
Hardee ' ~ 100 

Hillsborough 450 
Manatee ; . . 75 

" "Pb lli 50 



25 



80 



2,000 



2,000 



100 
400 
75 
50 



75 
75 
75 
75 



7,500 
30,000 
5,625 
3,750 

^6,875 



7,500 
30,000 
5,625 
3>750 

46,875 



Area Total 



675 



625 



75 



Continued. 



54 



Continued 



SQUASH - FALL - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1958 



Counties 
and ^ireas 



AcreoKe 



Yield 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Bushels 



Production 



Total 



Harvested 



Fort Viyers-Imnokalee Area 

Collier 175 

Hendry 175 

Lee 150 

Charlotte 50 



175 
175 
125 




140 
100 

135 





24,500 
17,500 

16,875 





24,500 
17,500 

16,875 





Area Total 



550 



"575" 



124 



58,875 



58,875 



Lower East Coast Area 
Broward 
Uade 

Palm Beach (Eas t ) 



400 
500 
550 



400 
500 
550 



90 
110 
135 



36,000 
55,000 
74,250 



36,000 
55,000 
74,250 
165,250 



Area Total 



1,450 



1,450 



114 



165,250 



Everglades Area 
Palm Beach (\Vest) 



75 



75 



100 



7,500 



7,500 



Other Counties 



150 



125 



79 



9,875 



9,875 



State Total 



3,900 



3,700 



100 



369,000 



369,000 



SQUASH - WINTER - ACRES FOE HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 



County 


1953 


1954 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


Broward 


1,300 


1,100 


1,400 


1,250 


1,200 


200 


600 


Collier 


200 


200 


1:25 


125 


275 


75 


250 


Dade ■ 


700 


TOO 


800 


600 


700 


600 


1,000 


Hendry' 


15G 


100 


75 


150 


150 


75 


100 


Indian River 


100 


60 


50 


25 








Lee 


200 


200 


200 


175 


200 


150 


250 


Martin 


100 


100 - 


75 


25 


100 






Palm Beach 


1,200 


1,000 


■ : 1,300 


1,450 


1,500 


500 


1,400 


Other Counties 


150 


240 


75 


100 


75 




100 


TOTAL 


4,100 


3,700 


4, 100 


3,900 


4, 200 1 


,600 


3,700 


SQUASH 


- WINTER 


- ACREAGE, 


PRODUCTION 


AND VALUE - 


STATE SUMIARY 






Year ■ Acreage 




Yield 


Production 


Average Price 




Total Value 


Planted For Harvest 


Per Acre 


. Total 


Of Value 


Per* . 




, ($1,000) 






Cwt. Bu. 


1,000 iGwt. 


Cwt. Bu« 







1950 
1951 

1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958" 
1959 



4,500 

4,800, 

4,500 

4,400 

3,800 

4,300 

4,400 

4,400 

4, 200 

4,400 



4,100 
4,000' 
^ 4, 200 
4, 100 
3,700 
4,100 
3,900 
4, 200 
1,600 
3,700 



44 

64 
42 
47 

61 
64 
56 
60 

35 
42 




180 
256 
176 
193 
226 
262 
218 
252 
56 
155 



180 
236 
176 
193 
226 
262 
218 
252 
56 
155 



5 5.60 
6.10 
7.85 
6.00 
6.35 
5.40 
7.05. 

6»6o: 

12.00 
9.80 



1 2. 74) 
,2.99) 
3.85) 
2.94) 

3.11) 
,2.65) 
3.45) 
3.23) 
5.88) 
>.80) 



1,008~ 
1,440 
1,382 
1,158 
1,435 
1,415 
1,537 
1,663 
67-2- 
1,519 



SQUASH - V/IN,TER - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES 


AND AREAS - 1959 




Counties J 


Acreage 




: Yield : 


Production 


and Areas : 


Planted : For 


Harvest 


: Bushels : 


Total 


: Harvested 


Fort l.'yers-Immokalee Area 












Collier 

Hendry 

Lee 


250 

100 7~ 

300 


250 
100 

_ 250 


160 : 

-7^-160 v-^r; 

. r • -180 


40, 000 
- 16,000 

■ 45,000——"- 


40,000 
16,000 

...... 'i^s-OQQ- 


Area Total 


650 


600 


168 


101,000 


101,000 


Lower East Coast Area 












Broward 

Cade — . - . 

Palm Beach (East) 


800 
"T-1,100 - 
' 1,700 


600 
-1,000 
1,400 


55 

■ r 85 
60 


33,000 
"■ '85,000 
84,000 


33,000 
85,000 
84,000 , 


Area Total 


3,600 


3,000 


^7 


202,000 


202,000.;. 


Other Counties 


150 


100 


113 


13,000 


13, 000 i.;; 


State T6tal 


4,400 


3,700 


85 


316,000 


316,000 



55 



SQUASH - SPRING - ACRES FOR HAJRVEST - BY COUNTIES 



County 


1953 




1954 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 1959 


Alachua 


150 





200 


175 


100 


125 


100 75 


Bradford - ; 


75 




73--^ 


75 


_ 25 


50 


50 25 


Broward -- ' ■ 


400 




500 


700 


750 


250 


750 250 


Collier 


25 




50 


75 


75 


300 


200 150 


Dade 


200 




350 


300 


200 


150 — 


550 UQO 


Gadsden 






25 


50 


25 


50 






Gilchrist 














25 


25 25 


Hamilton 


50 




50 


50 


25 


50 


50 50 


Hardee. / 


75 




75 


50 


50 


50 


50 50 


Hendry 


25 




25 




50 


175 


200 - 150.:- 


Hillstorough 


1,050 




1,150 


1,050 


1,075 


1,000 


1,200 750 


Indian' River 










25 


25 








Jefferson 


25 












150 


50 


Lee -: 


- 50 




75 


100 


75 


50 


200 150 


levy ". . 


75 




100 


100 


50 


50 


50- 50 


Madison 














100 


-50 75 


Manatee 


100 




100 


75 


75 


50 


100 100 


Marion 


600 




500 


450 


250 


400 


400' 325 


Martio, 








25 " 


25 


25 


75-.:::-— ..-^^v 


Orange and Seminole 


150 




200 


200 


■ • 200 


100 


75 ■^-■<^ 125 


Palm Beach 


300 




350 


300 


450 


200 


1,000 500 


Polk 


150 




100 


50 


50 


50 


50 50 


Sumter 


..-25 










50. 


50 


50 25 


Union 






50 .. 




.25. 


. 5q _ 


50 . 75, u 


Volusia : 
















25 ^5t: 


Other Counties 


175 




225 


100 


156 


iob 


150 175 


. , ' TOTAL 


3,800 




4,200 


4,000 


3,800 


3,600 


5,500 3,600 


SQUASH - SPRING 


- ACREAGE, PRODUCTION 


AND VALUE - 


STATE SUMMARY 




Year Acreage 






Yield 


Production 


Average Price 


Total Value 


Planted For 


Harvest 


Per Acre 


Total 


Of Value 


Per 




($1,000) 




Cwt. 




Bu. 


1,000 Cwt. 


Cwt. 


Bu. 




1950 '*,700 


4,400 


39 




; 8o; 


I 172 


172 


$ 4.30 ( 


'2.11] 


1 $ 740 


1951 5f 100 


5,100 


51 




104 


I 260 


218 


3.25 1 


1.59; 


I 709 


1952 >,200 


4,000 


39 




80 


) - 156 


156 


6.55 < 


3*21 


1 1,022 


1953 r '^,200 


3,800 


44 




90 


1 167 


167 


4.50 ( 


2.20 


1 752 


1954 ' • k,500 


4,200 


47 




96 


1-^'.- 197 


163^ -- 


3.45 < 


!i.69 


I. - 562 


1955 ^.000 


4,000 


56 




>il4 


1 224 


195 •• 


4,80 ( 


'2.35 


1 936 


1956 i+,300 


3,800 


59 




,120 


1 224 


211 


4.20 ( 


,2.06, 


) 886 


1957 4,400 


3,600 


44 




90 


> , 158 


158 


7.00 < 


3.43 


1 . 1,106 


1958- ' 6,000 


5,500 


56 




114; 


1 308 


278 


4.45- < 


2.18 


\ - 1,237 


1959: ■ 4,500 • 


3,600 


42 




; 861 


1 : 151 


151 


7.00 < ■ ( 


:3.43j 


r - 1,057 : 



• SQUASH - SPRING - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1959 



Counties . '» 


Acreage 


• 
• 


' Yield 



• 


Production ' - 


and\Areas J 


Planted : For 


Harvest I 


.Bushels 



• 


Total 


. r Harvested 


North Florida Area. 














Alachua 


75 


75 


100 




7,500 


7,500 


Bradford 


25 


25 


60 




1,500 


1,500 


Gilchrist 


25 


25 


60 




1,500 


1,500 


Hamilton 


50 


50 - 


60 - 




3*000 


3,000 


Levy Try ' — 


.50 : 


50 :- : .. 


60 - - 




-3,000 


3,000 


Madison 


-75 


75 


i. 60 




4,500 


4,500 . 


Marion 


375 


325 


140 




45,500 


45,500 


Union 


100 


75 


50 




3,750 


3,750 


Area Total 


775 


700 


100 




70,250 


70,250 


Central Florida Area.;;:?-.. - ; 














Grange and Seminole 


125 '■ 


125 


120 




15,000 


15,000 


Sumter 


50 


25 


100 




2,500 


2,500 


Volusia 


25 


25 


90 




2,250 


2,250 


Area Total 


200 


175 


113 




19,750 


19,750 


Hillsborough-Manatee Area 














Hardee - 


50 


50 


80 




4,000 


4,006 


Hiilsborough — —irAi- 


1,200 


750 


80 




60,000 


60,000 


Manatee ' ";0r ■ 


100 


100 : 


80 




8,000 


. . "8,000 


Polk 


50 


50 


80 




4,000 


4,000 


Area Total 


1,400 


950 


80 




76,000 


76,000 



Continvied 



56 



Continued 



SQUASH - SPEING 


- ACREAGE AIJD PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES 


AND ARE/iS - 1959 




Counties : 


Acroape 


: Yield : 


Production 




and Areas - I Planted 


: For Harvest 


I Bur Kg If: t 


Total : Harvested 


,X \J X U 'L-^J' U X O * XUiLUU J^CL X W O /xX^ Ci. 










!, 


Coiiier 


150 






20 » 000 


OA AAA 


nenary 






' 150 






Lee '■ 


150 




150 


22,500 


22,500 


Area Total 






1 w+ 


65.000 


65,000 


Lower East Coast Area 












Broward 


300 


250 


30 


7»500 


7,500 


Eade 


550 


400 


55 


22,000 


22,000 


Palm Beach (iast) 


550 




60 


2'+,000 


2**, 000 


Area Total 


l,i*00 


If 050 


51 


53,500 


53,500 


Everglades Area 












Palm Beach (V.est) 


100 


100 


120 


12,000 


12,000 


Other Counties 


175 


175 


66 


11,500 


11,500 


State Total 


'4.,500 


3,600 


86 


308,000 


308,000 


"'V:. ■ SQUASH - COUNTY SHIPMENTS-CAHLOTS BY EAIL (UNOFFICIAL) - 1958-1959 




(Conversion Factor 


- 585 bushels) 


1958-59 


1957-58 


County Oct: Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: Feh: 


Mar: Apr: 


May: Jun: Total: 


Total: 


Alachua 










6 


Broward ■. .-^l 


2 






3 


9 


Collier 










1 


Dade 








2 2 


2 


Lee . 






1 


1 




Marion 2 






2 


1 5 


17 


Palm Beach 


1 


1 




2 


u, 


TOTAL 2 ■ 1 


3 


1 


3 


3 - 13 


39 


SQUASH - COUNTY SHIPMENTS - 


CAHLOT EQUIVALENTS IN MIXED 


CAES - SEASON 1958-1959 




(Conversion Factor 


585 bushels) 






Alachua 






1 1 


8 


Broward 13- 


18 


13 8 


7 6 


1 66 


89 


Dade 1 ' 








1 




Hillstorough 










1 


Marion k 








2 10 


16 


Orange 










7 


Palm Beach 


2 


1 




1 ii 




Seminole _ 






3 


2 5 


1 



TOTAL 15 20 ~~T5 8 7 ij^ T" ^7 129 



SQUASH - COUNTY SHIPMENTS - CARLOT EQUIVALENTS BY TRUCK - SEASON 1958-1959- 









(Conversion 


Factor - 


600 packages) 










Alachua 


2 














10 


1 


13 


18 


Bradford 






















3 


Broward 


7 


55 


85 


85 


75 


78 


48 


22 




455 


496 


Collier 






6 


2 


1 


2 


9 


10 


4 


34 


14 


Dade 


2 


19 


18 


17 


17 


25 


9 


4 




111 


101 


Duval 




2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


5 


1 


19 


24 


Hardee 


2 


8 


1 








7 


5 




23 


28 


Hillsborough 


25 


if9 


It 


8 


6 


5 


48 


72 


5 


229 


285 


Lake 


I 
















1 


3 


Lee 


1 


7 


14 


8 


7 


15 


15 


6 


1 


74 


39 


Llanatee 








1 




1 




2 


1 


Marion 


40* 


5 










13 


14 


1 


73 


78 


Martin 














1 




1 




Orange 














1 


1 




2 


3 


Palm Beach 




22 


25 


31 


21 


25 


33 


16 


1 


178 


163 


Polk 




2 








1 


1 




4 


2 


St, Johns 














1 






1 


2 


St, Lucie 




2 










3 


1 




6 


2 


Seminole 






3 


2 


3 


3 


8 


9 




32 


48 


Sumter 


3 












3 


6 




12' 


7 


Union 


2 


1 












3 




6 


8 


Unk. Origin 


9 


21 


15 


2 


1 










48 


13 


TOTAL 


98 


197 


180 


158 


133 


155 


202 


187 


14 


1324 


1338 



3 cars in September* 



57 



CASLOT . SHIPMENTS OF SQUASH BY HAIL OR BOAT (UNOFFICIAL) 



"~ Av.Load 



Season 


Bu. 


Sept: 


Oct: 


Nov:'" 


"Dec: 


JanJ 


Feb: , 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Total: 




500 








8 




. _ 




5 


30 


1 


U4 


19 "52- 53 


475 






1: 


1 


1 




1 


12 


20 




41 


1953-54 


445 






5 


1 




1 


3 


54 


10 


16^ 


--90- 


1954-55 


445 




■:. 3 


1 


2 


1 


2 


: 5 


37 


18 


1 


75 


1955-56 


445 




13 - 




1 


8 


1 




7 


16 


1 


58 


1956-57 


455 " 


1 


- J. . . 









3 




13 


8 




32; 


1957-58 


535 




6 


1 




2 






3 


26- 


1 


■ - 


1958-59 


585 




2 


1, : 


3 


1 






3 


3 







i ■ 



■ Sai^TigENTS OF SQUASH, IN MIXED CABS CABLOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


500 


20 


11 


30 


13 


32 




36 


67 


2 


263 


1950-51 


500 V: 


3 


6 


11 


13 


23 


76 


59 


25 


-:.l. -.. „ 


217 


1951-52 


5oa - 


6 


4" 


"32 - 


33 


19 


10 


23 


30 


z 


159 


1952-53 


475 


12 


12 


29 


26 


20 


36 


61 


21 


1 ■■ 


"218 


1953-54 


445 


2 


12 


- 15 


20 - 


33 


49 


47 


15 




194^ 


1954-55 


445 


10 


20 


22 


37 


40 


65 


56 


33 


2 


285 


195^-56 


445 ^c;';-:<-3: 


8 


31 


34 


23 


18 


46 


42 


21 


1 


227 


1956-57 


455 ~ - 


6 


8 


28 


-44. . 


33 


24 


13 


15 




171 


1957-58 


535 


4 


24 ■ 


11 


• 6 


1 


2 


42 


36 


S 


129 


1958-59 


585 - - 


- 4 


14 


20 


14 


8 


7 


13 


7 




87 



SHIPMENTS OF SQUASH BY IBUCK IN CABLOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


500 




26 


92 


146 


129 


219 


257 


257 


223 


9 


1,358 


1950-51 


600 




12 


64 


60 


128 


206 


349 


406 


148 


12 


1,385 


1951-52 


600 




16 


41 


147 


257 


151 


106 


224 


171 


17 


1,130 


1952-53 


600 






74 


94 


185 


181 


253 


314 


119 


23 • 


1,264 




20 


1953-54 


600 




14 


86 


101 


183 


222 


297 


328 


98 


16 


1,345 


1954-55 


600 


1 


68 


182 


169 


260 


226 


343 


356 


174 


26* 


1,805 
1,696 


1955-56 


600 


2 


84 


226 


188 


146 


154 


313 


329 


221 


33* 


1956-57 


600 


3 


52 


113 


179 


256 


265 


200 


234 


148 


10 


1,460 


1957-58 


600 


3 


72 


221 


132 


"74" 


22 


49 


357 


373 


35* 


1,338 


1958-59 


600 


3 


95 


197 


180 


158 


133 


155 


202 


187 


14 


1,324 



* Includes July shipment 


s: 3 in 


1952-53; 1 in 


1954-55; 5 in 


1955-56; 2 in 


1957-58 












SQUASH: 


MONTHLY 


PRICES - FRESH MARKET 


















Dollars 


1 per Cwt. 










Season 


Year 


Sept: 


Oct: 


Nov: - 


- Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Avg: 


1954-55 




6.30 


3.55 


4.30 


5.40 


6.50 4.70 


4.60 


5.60 


2.55 




4.95 


1955-56 


2.55 


3.35 


2.85 


5.70 


7.85 


9.40 5.50 


4.25 


4.00 


3.90 


3.90 


5.14 


1956-57 




4.60 


7.50 


5.90 


6.00 


6.20 8.00 


8.00 


5.50 


5.00 




6.62 


1957-58 


4.70 


4i00 


3.30 


6.30 


-10.00 


12.50 14.90 


5.50 


3.60 


2.90 




5.27 


1958-59 


3.65 


3.65 


4.00 


6.35 


8.25 


11.00 10.25 


8.10 


6.00 


4.00- 




7.09 








squash: 


SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS IN PERCENT 








Year 




Oct: , 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Total: 


1954-55 




3.8 


9.6 


8.9 


13.8 


12.4 19.1 


20.7 


10.4 


1.3 




100.0 


1955-56 r. 




5.6 


13.2 


11.3 


8.9 


8.7 18.4 


19.1 


13.0 


1.5 


0.3 


100.0 


1956-57 




3.8 


7.3 


12.5 


18.3 


18.1 13.5 


15.6 


10.3 


0.6 




100.0 


1957-58 , 




5.7 


16.3 


9.5 


5.4 


1.5 3.4 


26,7 


28.9 


2.5 


0.1 


100.0 


1958-59 r" 




7.3 


14.9 


14.3 


12.1 


9.9 11.4 


15.3 


13.8 


1.0 




100.0 



SPINACH 



SPINACH - WINTER (FOR PROCESSING) 1959 



Season 


Acreage 
Planted For Harvest 


Yield 
Per Acre 


Production 
Total Of Value 


Average 
Price 


Total Value 
($1,000) 






Cwt. Tons 


1,000 Cwt. 


Cwt. 




*'l956 


50b ■ 450 


84 4.2 


38 34 


$. 1.78 


$ 67 


1957 


1,000 800 


92 4.6- 


74 74 


1.75 


130 


1958 


1,000 500 


72 3.6 


36 36 


1.58 


57 


1959 


1,100 1,000 


88 4. it 


68 88 


1.50 


132 . 



Shipments: flail. Orange County 5 cars in February 1958; Gadsden County 3 cars in January 1959. 



58 



STaAi.BEBEIES - ACEES FOE HAiWEST - BY COUNTIES 















1957-58 


1958-59 


Bradford 


225 


125 


75 


150 


175 


175 


150 


Dade 


50 


50 


100 


100 


05 


05 




Hardee 


225 


100 


125 


150 


75 


25 




Hillsborough 


2f 800 


2)100 


2,600 


3,000 


2,600 


1,**50 


7OO 


Manatee 
























25 


50 


i*0 


40 


Polk 


250 


125 


125 


100 


100 


75 


50 


Sumter 


75 


50 


75 


100 


100 


75 


75 


Other Counties 


75 


50 


100 


75 


135 


75 


35 


TOTAL 


3,700 


2,600 


3,^0 


3,700 


3,500 


2,000 


1,500 



STRAVvBERRIES 



STATE SIM^AEY 







(Includes Fresh Market and Processing) 






Season 


Acreage 


Yield 


Production 


Average 


Total Value 




Planted 


For Harvest Per Acre 


Total 


Of Value 


Price 


($1,000) 








Pounds 


1,000 Pounds 


Cents per Lh. 




19^*9-50 


5,^0 


5,400 


2,810 


15, 174 


15,174 


25.6 


$ 3.885 


1950-51 


6,200 


6,000 


2,100 


12,600 


12,600 


28.4 


3,576 


1951-52 


4,000 


3,900 


2,460 


9,594 


9,594 


28.3 


2,711 


1952-53 


3,800 


3,700 


2,190 


8,103 


8,103 


27. 1 


2,198 


1953-5^ 


2,800 


2,600 


2,260 


5,876 


- 5,876 


32.7 


1,922 


195'>-55 


3,400 


3,400 


3.070 


10,438 


10,438 


27.7 


2,692 


1955-56 


3,700 


3,700 


2,860 


10,582 


10,582 


27.4 


2,897 


1956-57 


3j600 


3,500 


, 1,700 


5,950 


5,950 


29.5 


1,757 


1957-58 


2,600 


2,000 


1,300 


2,600 


2,600, 


26.0 


675 


1958-59 


1,500 


1,500 


, 2,200 


3,300 


3,300 


41.5 


: 1,370 




STRAV^EERIES - 


ACEEAGE AND 


PEODUCTION 


BY COUNTIES 


AND AEEAS 195a- 59 




Counties 




• 
• 


Acreage 


• 
• 


Yield : 


Production 


and areas 




: Planted : For Harvest : 


Pounds : 


Total 


: Harvested 


North Florida Area 














Bradford 






150 


150 


1700 


255,000 


255,000 



Central Florida Area 
Manatee 
Hillsborough 

Polk ; 

Sumtey 



-25 
900 
50 
75 



25 
900 
50 
75 



1700 
1700 
1700 
1700 



42,500 
1,530,000 
85,000 
127,500 



42,500 
1,530,000 
85,000 
127,500 



Area Total 


1,050 


1,050 


1700 


1, 


785,000 - 


1,783,000 


Lower East Coast Area 
Broward and Palm Beach 
Dade 


' 40 
■ -225 


40 

225 


^ 3000 
. 4900 


1, 


120,000 
102,500 


120,000 
1,102,500 


Area Total 


265 


265 


4613 


1, 


222,500 


1,222,500 


Other Counties 


35 


35 


- 1071 




37,500 


37,500 


State Total 


1.500 


1.500 


2200 


3. 


300,000 


3,300,000 


STEAV.BEEEIES-COUNTY SHIPMENTS 


BY TEUCK 


IN CAELOT EQUIVALENTS-SEASON 1958- 


1959 


County - Dec: 


(Conversion 
Jan: 


Factor-700 packages- 
Feb: Mar: 


•24 pints) 
Apr: 


1958-59 
Total: 


1957-58 
Total: 


Bradford 
Broward 
Dade 
Duval 

Hillsborough 3 
Polk 

Unk. Origin 


■■■.■1 




4 

17 
1 

1 


4 
. I 
30 

. 2 


1 
I 

6 


2 
1 
9 
1 

; 79 
1 

; 3 


3 

1 

"Ti"^: 2 
79 

2 


TOTAL 3 


24 


23 


38 


8 


■ 96 


^ 87 



59 



CABLOT SHIPMENTS OF STHAV.'BEHRIES;,1Br RAIL OE BOAT 



Season Avg« Load 1/ Dec; Jan I Feb I ; ' Liar I Apr! I.'iayi Toted? 

19^^9-50 ^80 1 76 101 k - - 182 

1950- 51 ^80 - 8 U5 92 - - IU5 

1951- 52 . k80 19 23 7 - - UO 

1952- 53 ^0 - 10 UQ 8 - - 58 
1953.5k U80 ... - 2 1 - - 3 
195^-55 ^80 - 28 38 --'i _ - 66 

1955- 56 720 ^. 1*.^^ 16 19 - - 39 

1956- 57 720 ■:}■ 7r 3 c - - - ' ;io 

1957- 58 -,-.,-720 . _ 1 - 1 

1958- 59 — - ■ - - 



SHIPMENTS OF STRAVJBERRIES BY TRUCK IN- CaSLOT EQUIVALENTS 



19^9-50 


450 




11 


209 


299 


121 


69 


15 


724 


1950-51 


ifr70 




3 


103 


192 


242 


36 


1 


577 


1951-52 


i+70 




27:. 


152 


179 


104 


24 




486 


1952-53 


i*70 








164 


100 


2 


-v"' 2 


:. 366 


1953-5^ 


i^70 






121 


122 


8 




--^ 323 


195i*-55 


i*70 






68 : ' 


158 


193 


17 




- 43? 


1955-56 


700 




8 • c^:- 


90. -a'; 


147 


.161 


18 


2 


4^: 


1956-57 


700 




31 


iM- - :. ; 


126 


•i;:; 24 


5 




327 


1957-58 


700 




2 ■ 




10 




59 


1 


87 


1958-59* 


700 




3 -i-.^' 


24 ' 


23 




8 







1^/ Container size: 1949-50 through 1954-55, 36 pint crate; 1955-56 to date, 24 pint crate. 

• The equivalent of , approximately 49 carlots moved hy air (unofficial report) during the 
1958-59 season*:--. ; ■■ —r " 





* 


STEAVkBERRIES: 


MONTHLY PRICES - FRESH MARKET 












Dollars 


per Cwt. 






Season 


Year 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


:Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Avg: 


1954-55 




.459 


.459 


.325 


.250 


.291 , . 


.277 


1955-56 


.551 


.408 


.325 


.259 


.321 


.304 


.274 


1956-57 


.378 


.322 


.282 


;.039 


.264 


.259 


.295 


1957-58 


.560 


.500 


.400 


-:rT^360-- 


. . 240 


.280 


.260 


1958-59 


.600 


.500 - 


.480 — 


; v350— 


' ~Ti270 




.415 


* " Season average price 


includes processing* „ 














STEAV;BERRIES: 


SHIPMENTS 


BY MONTHS 


IN PERCENT 






Year 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Total: 


195'*-55 


0.2 


13.5 


37.0 


45.9 


3.4 




100.0 


1955-56 


1.7 


20.2 


35.1 


38.7 


3.9 




100.0 


1956-57 


9.2 


43.9 


38.3 


7.1 


1.5 




100.0 


1957-58 


2.3 


1.1 


11.4 - - 


■ - 15.5rv 


68.2 


1.1 


100.0 


1958-59 


3.1 


25.0 


24.0 


39.6 


8.3 




100.0 



60 



TOMATOES - ALL SEASONS - 
(includes fresh 



ACBES FOR HAEVEST - BY COUNTIES 
market and processing) 



County 



1952-53 1953-5'* 195^-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 



Alachua 

Brevard 

Brov/ard 

Collier 

Dade 

DeSoto 

&ilchrist 

Glades 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hillsborough 
Holmes 

Indian fliver 

Jackson 

Lake 

Lee and Charlotte 

Manatee and Saraso 

Marion 

Martin 

Okeechobee 

Palm Beach"- " 

Polk 

St* Lucie 
Sumter 
Vmshington 
Other Counties 



ta 



a/3»025 
350 
3,700 
16,900 
100 

1,350 
1,150 
^,350 
2,if75 

3,150 

200 
1,850 
^,025 
1,700 
2,650 
1,^75 
2,200 
50 
J^,200 
2^000 

• 500 



100 
a/ 1,^00 
~ 200 
2,950 
19,300 
75 
150 
925 
1,200 
^,950 
2,000 

2,300 

250 
1,800 
3,550 
3,000 
2,i*50 
1,'*25 
. 2,300- 
25 
i*,750r 
1,5007 



a/ 1,425 
" 150 
'+,400 
22,250 
50 
100 

1,200 
4,500 
1,900 



800 



175 
1,600 
2,900 
2,150 
1,650 

b/3,000 : 

- 1,950 
50 
2,700 
1,550 

725 



a/ 1,275 
100 f 
3,300 
27,300 
50 
50 

1,100 
7,575 
2,000 



100 
1,775 
15,085 
1,500 
1,125 
b/2,725 
" 2,550 

3,000 
1,000 

365 



120 
2,270 
30,000 

75 
2,000 
1,250 
5,^*10 
2,260 



2,000 1,625 c/2,090 



25 
1,610 
2,600 
2,225 

a/ 2, 120 
- 2,340 

d/2,450 
~ 900 

455 



180 



1,875 
21,550 

, 25 
f/ 1,440 
~ 1,190 
4,735 
2,600 

100 
c/2,170 
" 100 
30 

2,005 
3,400 
2,800 

a/ 1,780 
e/2,730 
, 95 
d/ 1,940 
■■ 1,210 
50 
395 



l,'905 
20,350 

f/2, 160 
610 
3,490 
2,330 

/ 25 
c/l,480 
~ 100 
50 
1,030 
2,910 
1,750, 

a/l,80U 
e/2,520 
~ 200 . 
d/2,l80 J 
~ 990 
25 
395 

46,300 



57,400 



57,400 



a/ Includes Osceola* 
e/ Includes Broward. 



b/ Includes Glades* 
7/ Includes Highlands* 



56,500 61,600 
c/ Includes Brevard* 



60, 200 



52,400 



d/ Includes Martin* 



TOMATOES - ALL SEASONS - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 
(Showing utilization of the production of value - fresh market and processing) 



SEASON ACREAGE 

For 

Planted Harvest 



YIELD PER ACRE 
Fresh Proc* 
Cwt» Crate Cwt* 



PRODUCTION 
Total Of Value 

Fresh Proc. 



PRICE PER UNIT TOTAL 
Fresh Proc. VALUE 

Cwt» Crate Cwt. 



($1,000) 

$31,281 
40,691 
43,046 
36, 100 
39,588 
57,773 
56,116 
45,984 
30,063 
42,300 



19- 






60 Lb. Xf 


1, 


000 Cwt. 


60 Lb. 


49-50 


43,800 


42,200 


93 s 1 


155 


1 8 


4270.0 


3922 


348.0 


$7.90 1 


[4.74; 


1 .84 


50-51 


54,700 


50,700 


79 1 


[132 


1 14 


4691*2 


3972 


719.2 


9.92 1 


5.95 


1 1.79 


51-52 


57,500 


53,500 


88 1 


147 


1 12 


5364,6 


4718 


646.6 


8.93 < 


5.36 


1 1.39 


52-53 


61,500 


57,400 


72 1 


120 J 


1 11 


4786* 6 


4166 


620.6 


8.46 1 


5.09 


1 1.23 


53-54 


61,100 


57,400 
56,500 


81 1 


135 


1 12 


5319.6 


4511 


706.6 


8.59 1 


5.15 


1 1.16 


54-55 


57,600 


115 1 


192 


1 20 


7652.6 


6515 


1137.6 


8.65 I 


5.19 


1 1.24 


55-56 


64,700 


61,600 


101 1 


168J 


• 17 


7278.0 


6115 


1063.0 


8.96 ( 


5.38 


1 1.24 


56-57 


66,000 


60, 200 


92 -1 


153 


1 15 


6414.0 


5536 


878.0 


8.11 1 


4.87J 


1 1.23 


57-58 


63,600 


52,400 


68 1 


113 


1 11 


4144*0 


3346 


593.0 


8.77 < 


5.26 


1 1.22 


58-59 


47,800 


46,300 


104 1 


[173] 


1 17 


5607.0 


4802 


8O5.O 


8.61 { 


:5.17) 


1 1*16 



l/ Coi^version Factor 60 pound_s per crate* 



TOMATOES - ALL SEASONS - ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1958-1959 



Coxmties : 


Acreage 


• 
• 


Yield : 


Production 


and Areas : 


Planted- : For 


Harvest I 


60 Lb. Crts. : 


Total 


: Harvested 


V/est Florida Area 












Holmes 


50 


25 


50 


1,250 


-'-•'-1,250 


Jackson . 


100 


100. - 


50 


5,000 


5,000 


Washington 


50 


25 


50 


1.250 


1,250 


Area Total 


200 


150 


50 


7,500 


7,500 


North Central Florida Area 












Lake 


50 


50 


100 


5,000 


5,000 


Marion 


1,870 


1,750 


133 


233,125 


233, 125 


Sumter 


1,040 


990 


144 


142,875 . 


142,875 


Area Total 


2,960 


2,790 


137 


381,000 


381,000 



Continued 



61 



Continued 



TOJIATOE^, - .^L SEASONS - ACREAGE 
(Fresh Market only 



AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1958-1959 
except as shovm in State totals) 



Counties : 


AcreaRe 


• 


Yield 


Production 


and Areas ' 


Planted I For 


Harvest : 


60 Lh. Crts. : 


Total 


' Harvested 


Manatee-Hill sborough-Wauchula Area 














610 


108 


65,800 


65,800 


Hillstoroueh. 

A. * A ^ ^ taJ W Jp \^ ^ !■ 1 


' 2.330 


2,330 


1^+8 


345,^00 


3'+5,400 


Manatee 


2,910 


2,910 


220 


6ifl,000 


641,000 


Polk • ■ ■ , 


200 


200 


88 


17,600 


17,600 


Area Total 


6^050 


6,050 


177 


1,069,800 


1,069,800 


Fort Myers- Immokalee Area 












Collier 


1,975 


1,905 ' 


193 - 


368,000 


368,000 


Hendry 


3,500 


3,^90 • 


247 


861,900 


861,900 


Lee and Charlotte 


1,120 


1,030 


l6i* 


169,000 


169,000 


Area Total 


6,595 


6,i4-25 


218 


1^398,900 


1,398,900 



Fort Pierce Area 
Brevard and Ind. River 
Glades and Highlands 
Okeechohee and Osceola 
St. Lucie and Martin 
Palm Beach and Broward 


1,480 
■ 2,160 - 
1,800 
2,180 
2,540 


1,480 
2,160 
1,800 
2,180 

2,520 


168 

183 

157' 

177 

268 


249,100 
395,550 
283,000 • 
386,675 
676,350 


249, 100 
395,550 
283,000 
386,675 
676,350 


Area Total 


iOjl60 


10, 140 


196 


1,990,675 


1,990,675 


Lower East Coast Area 
Dade 


21,400 


20,350 


152 


3,091,000 


3,091,000 


Other Counties 


435 


395 


162 


64,125 


64,125 


State Total - Fresh 






173 


8,003,000 


8,003,000 


State Total - Processing 






29 


1,341,000 


1,341,000 


State Total - All 


47,800 


46,300 


202 


9,344,000 ^ 


9,344,000 




TOI^TOES - FALL 
( Includes 


- ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 
fresh market and processing) 





County 



1952 

a/ 1,825 
~ 1,900 
1, 100 
825 
300 
900 
850 
1,000 
■ 500 
l-,600 

950 
725 
: 575 



1,100 

50 



1953 
a/400 
~ 950 
700 

325 
300 
1,150 

800 

875 
250 
1,100 

625 

850 

575 



1,850 

50 



1954 



1955 

a/575 
T, 200 
3,800 

300 
3,400 

400 

575 
850 
400 

325 
1,050 
1,050 



975 
100 



1956 

93n^. 
4,700 
1,000 

500 
2,435 

325 
c/940 
~ ^35 

350 

1,26TJ 
1,080 



e/l,040 
" 105 



1957 

650^ 
3,720 
f/750 

- 630 
1,520 

700 

c/775 
-630 
400 

e/ 
d/703 
g/890 

- 45 

e/565 

- 120 



1958 

1^050 
2,500 
f/ 1,050 
- 310 

1,640 
710 

c/635 
280 
550 

e/ 

d/i,023 

1/ 920 
60 

, 15 

ej 640 
90 



Breveird 
Collier 

Dade 

Glades " 7" 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hillshorough 

Indian Hiver 3 

Lee and Charlotte. ~ 

Manatee and Sarasota 

Marion 

Martin 

Okeechohee 

Palm Beach . ■'• 

Polk 

Sumter 

St. Lucie 

Other Counties 



a/425 
T,900 
1,950 

300 
1,800 

450 
850 

.300 
. 500 

, 600 
h/ 1,100 

: 625 



850 

50 



TOTAL 

a/ Includes Osceola, 
e/ -Includes Martin. 



14,200 10,800 11,700 15,000 15,100 12,100 
b/ In. ludes Glades. c/ Includes Brevard. d/ Includes Osceola. 
ff Includes Highlands. ~ g/ Includes Broward 



11,600 



-TOMATOES - FALL - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 



YEAR 



ACREAGE 

For 



YIELD PER ACRE 
Fresh Proc= 



PRODUCTION 
Total Of Value 



PRICE PER UNIT 



Fresh 



Proc. 





Planted 


Harvest 


Cwt. ( 


i;rat( 


3 Cwt. 




Fresh 


Proc. 


Cwt. ( 


;^rate 


Cwt. 








< 


So Lh. 


1, 


000 Cwt. 


< 


50 Lb. 


.84 


1949 


&,500 


8,000 


83 


>138 


I 12 


759.8 


665 


94.8 


$7.90 


:4.74; 


1950 


11,500 


9,600 


55 


92 


I 11 


634.0 


528 


106.0 


10.65 


;6.39 


I i.eo 


1951 


12,100 


10,800 


77 


.128 


) 21 


1058.8 


833 


225.8 


9.35 


:5.6i 


1»36 


1952 


16,200 


14,200 


55 


; 92 


) 11 


937^2 


785 


152.2 


9.45 ( 


[5.67 


) 1.32 


-1953 


13,200 


10,800 


66 


110; 


I 19 


917.6 


714 


203.6 


9.35 


5.61) 


1.22 


195^* 


12,000 


11,700 


99- - 


165 


) 28 


1486.8 


1156 


330.8 


8.75 


5.25 


1.26 


1955 


15,500 


15,000 


102 


170 


) 26 


1920.0 


1523 


397.0 


7.20 


4.32 


1.22 


1956 


16,200 


15,100 


78 


i3o; 


1 22 


1510.0 


1180 


330.0 


8.50 


5.10 


1.25 


1957 


12,700 


12,100 


96 


160^ 


) 14 


1331.0 


1166 


165.0 


9.70 


5.82 


I 1.25 


1958 


12,100 


11,600 


96 


!l60' 


) 29 


1450.0 


1112 


338.0 


8.00 


,4.80] 


1.20 



TOTAL 
VALUE 
($1,000) 



$5,332 

5,814 

8,095 
7,619 
6,925 
10,532 
11,^52 
10,442 
11*516 
9,302 



62 



TOMATOES - FALL - ACEEAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES 
(Fresh market only except as shown in State 



AND AREAS - 1958 
totals) 



Counties 
ai^d Areas 



AcreaKe 



Yield 



Production 



Planted 



For Harvest : 60 Lh. Crts. 



Total 



Harvested 



North Central Florida Area 
Marion 200 
Svunter ^K) 



125 

15 



175 

100 



21,875 
1,500 



21,875 
1,500 



Area Total 



lUO 



167 



23,375 



23,375 



Mrnatee-Hillshorough-Vifauchula 
Hardee 

Hillshorough 

Wauatee 
Tolk 



310 
710 

550 
60 

1,630 



310 
710 
550 
60 



130 
110 

200 

130 



iiO,300 
78, 100 

110,000 
7,800 

236,200 



78, 100 
110,000 
7,800 
236, 200 



Area Total 



1,630 



Fcrt Myers -Immokalee Area 

Collier 1,050 

Hendry 1,650 

Lee and Charlotte 370 



1,050 
l,6iK) 

280 



193 

150 
130 



202,650 
246,000 
36,400 



202,650 
246,000 
36,400 



Area Total 



3,070 



2,970 



163 



485,050 



485,050 



Fort Pierce Area 












Brevard and Ind. River 
Glades and Highlands 
Okeechohee and Osceola 
Palm Beach and Broward 
St. Lucie and Martin 


635 
1,050 
1,025 
920 
640 


635 
1,050 
1,025 
920 
640 


139 
l60 
140 
180 
145 


88,550 
168,000 
143,500 
165,600 

92,650 


88,550 
168,000 
143,500 
165, 600 

92, 650 


Area Total 


4,270 


4,270 


154 


658,300 


658,300 


Lov.sr Bast Coast Area 












Dade 


2,800 


2,500 


175 


437.500 


437,500 


Othor Counties 


90 


90 


140 


12,575 


12,575 


State Total - Fresh 






160 


1,853,000 


1,853,000 


State Total - Processing 






48 


563,000 


563,000 


State Total - All 


12,100 


11,600 


208 


2,416,000 


2,416,000 



TOMATOES - V;INTER - ACRES FOR 
(includes fresh market 



HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 
and processing) 



County 



1953 



1954 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1958 

— ¥ 

173 
13 f 730 
125 

400 

a/ 80 
5/790 



1959 

F 

323 
16, 250 

290 

c/240 

b/ 1,050 
- 45 



Brov/ard 
Collier 
Dade 
Hendry 

Hillsborough 
Lee 

Manatee 
Mertin 
Palm Beach 
Other Counties 



200 
650 
14,000 
950 
75 
600 

75 
200 
100 
150 



100 
900 
15,700 
1,100 

700 

550 
500 
450 



50 
550 
17, 100 

600 

200 
300 

200 
275 
125 



400 
19,500 
725 
200 
75 
185 

400 
115 



100 
840 
22,500 
700 
260 
900 

a/310 
-^635 
55 



TOTAL 



17,000 



20,000 



19,400 



21,600 



26,300 



15,300 



18,200 



a/ Martin includes Indian River and St. Lucie, "b/ Broward included in Palm Beach. cj Includes 
Charlotte. 



YE/iR 



TOMATOES - WINTER - ACEEAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 



ACEEAGE 
For 



YIELD PER ACRE 
Fresh Proc. 



PRODUCTION 
Total Of Value 



PRICE PER UNIT 



Fresh 



Proc« 



TOTAL 
VALUE 





Planted 


Harvest 


Cwt. Crate Cwt. 




Fresh 


Proc 


Cwt. 


Crate 


Cwt. 


($1,001 




16,000 




60 Lb. 


1, 


000 Cwt. 




60 Lb. 






1950 


15,700 


107 1 


178 


I 7 


1790.0 


1676 


114.0 


$7.10 


(4.26: 


) .85 $11,997 


1951 


14,800 


14,300 


82 ( 


137 


1 18 


1430.2 


1170 


260.2 


12.35 


(7.4l' 


1 1.79 


14,916 


1952 


19,100 


18,700 


85 1 


142 


» 13 


1832.8 


1588 


244.8 


8.40 


(5.04 


1 1.44 


13,690 


1953 


17,800 


17,000 


81 ( 


135 


I 19 


1700.6 


1380 


320.6 


8.85 


(5.31 


) 1.22 


12,606 
16,934 


1954 


20, 100 


20,000 


97 I 


162 


1 14 


2220.4 


1931 


289.4 


8.60 


(5.16 


1 1.13 


1955 


19,600 


19,400 


139 ( 


232 


1 23 


3141.8 


2705 


436.8 


9.25 


(5.55 


I 1.22 


25,556 


1956 


23,800 
28,600 


21,600 


99 ( 


165 


1 16 


2484.0 


2128 


356.0 


11.80 


(7. 08 


1 1.22 


25,546 


1957 


26,300 


101 ( 


168 


» 14 


3024.0 


2656 


368.0 


6.60 


(3.96 


1 1.22 


17,977 


1958 


23,600 


15,300 


41 ( 


69 


I 4 


688.0 


634 


54.0 


12. 10 


(7.26 


1 1.28 


7,740 


1959 


18,700 


18,200 


102 { 


;i70; 


I 13 


2094.0 


1852 


242.0 


8.80 


(5. 28] 


1 1.20 


16,588 



63 



TOMATOES - WINTEfi - ACEEAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES AND AEEAS - ?.959 
(Fresh jio.rkut only except ar shown in S-:a'oe Tp-oals) 



Counties 


Acreage 


• 
• 


Yield : 




Production 


and Areas ; 


Planted ; For 


Harvest : 


60 Lh. Crtso : 




Total ! 


Harves ied 


Fort Myers -Imnokalee Area 














Collier 
Hendry 

Lee and Charlotte 


325 
290 
240 


325 
'^90 
240 


150 

295 

170 




48,750 
85:500 
40; 800 


48, ''50 
03,300 

40; 80.' 


A_'ca Total 


855 


355 


205 




175^050 


175: 050 


Fjrt Pierce Area 














Palm Beach and Broward 


1,070 


1,050 


400 




420,000 


420,000 


Lo-./er East Coast Area 














Dade 


16,700 


16,250 


153 


1 


: 485. 500 


2,485.300 


O'uher Counties 


75 


45 


143 




6,4.',0 


6,450 


State Total - Fresh 
Soate Total - Processing 
Scaoe Total - All 


18,700 


16,200 


1?0 
22 

19Z 


3 
3 


,087,000 
40.;, 000 
,490,000 


3,037. 000 
403^000 
3,45U>00C 



TOMATOES - SPRING ACRES FOR HARVEST - BY COUNTIES 
( Includes fresh trarket and processing) 



County 


1953 


195': 


1953 


1936 


195"' 


Alachua 




IOC 


75 


- 


- 


Brevai'd 


a/lv 200 
150 


1;000 


1,000 


700 


450 


Broward 


100 


100 


, IOC 


20 


Collier 


ljl50 


1;100 


1.930 


ly?00 


500 


Dade 


1,800 


2-900 


3,200 


"+,000 


2,- 800 


DeSoxo 


100 


75 


50 


50 




Gi!.christ 




15c 


100 


50 


75 


Glades 


525 


600 


830 


925 


1,000 


Hardee 


850 


900 


900 


800 


750 


Hendry 


2; 500 


2 J 700 


2, 100 


3,430 


2,275 

1»675 


Hillsborough 


1,550 


If 20c 


1;250 


1. ^00 


Holaes 












Indian River 


2,150 


1,425 


1,150 


1,030 


700 


Jackson 












Lake 


200 


250 


175 


100 


25 


Lee and Charlotte 


750 


850 


1,000 


830 


275 


Manatee and Sarasota 


2,350 


2,450 


2,400 


2,300 


2.250 


Marlon 


1,700 


3,000 


2f 150 


1*300 


2,225 


Martin 


1,500 


1»275 


850 


800 


h, 


Okeechobee 


750 


575 


1.050 


750 


a/ 86U 


Palm Beach 


l»525 


1,225 


1,050 


1,100 


- 625 


Polk 


50 


25 


50 






St- Lucie 


3,100 


2,900 


1,850 


2,025 


1,100 


Sumter 


2,000 


1,500 


1,350 


1,000 


900 


VJashington 












Other Counties 


300 


300 


530 


150 


295 


TOTAL 


26,200 


26,600 


25; 400 


23,000 


18,800 



1953 



-I o 



959 



130 

ii 

i;05U 

4., lOO 

23 
690 
360 
3 -.090 
.,900 
100 
c/ 1,393 
100 
30 

975 
3?000 
2,800 

a/1,073 
cT/ 1,050 
50 
1,293 
1.210 
50 
275 



1^ 

530 
1.600 



3/1,110 

^ 300 
io60 
1^620 

"/ 345 
~ I'.OO 

50 
510 
2,360 

lo S25 

a/ 773' 
3/ 550 

140 
t/l,3'^0 
" 975 
25 

26c 



25s 000 



16,300 



a/ Includes Osceola. b/ Includes St* Lucie? c/ Brevard included in Indian River. jd/ Bi' 
included in Palm Beach, e/ Highlands includ'ed in Glades.. 



owart- 



TOMATOES - SPRING - ACREAGE, PRODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUMMARY 



YEAR ACREAGE 

For 

Planted Harvest 



YIELD PEE ACRE 
Fresh Proc. 

Cwtc Crate Cwt,. 



60 Lh. 



1950 


19,300 


18,500 


85 


1951 


28,400 


26; 800 


85 


1952 


26,300 


24,000 


96 


1953 


27; 300 


26,200 


76 


1954 


27 '800 


26,600 


74 


1955 


26*000 


25 V 400 


104 


1956 


25,400 


25,000 


103 


1957 


21,200 


18,800 


9.^ 


1953 


27,300 


25,000 


70 


1959 


17,000 


16,500 


111 




8 
1? 

'^ 
I 

O 

8 
15 
12 
10 

15 
14 



PRODUCTION 
Total Of Value 

Fresh Proc^ 



If 000 Cwt. 



1720.2 

2627.0 
24''-3 , 
2143c 8 
2181.6 
3024.0 

2874,0 
1680.0 

2123.-0 

206'-. , 



158I 
2274 
229'' 
20C1 
1866 
2654 
24'64 
170c 
1546 
1838 



139.2 

353^0 
176.0 
147 8 
213 06 
370.0 
310.0 
180 .-0 
374.0 
225^0 



PRICE PER UNIT TOTAL 
Fresh Proc. VALUE 

O/vt. Crate O.v'-.v 



$8, 73 
80O 
9.15 
7-85 
8,30 
8.00 
7. '^0 

10.20 
6,70 

8r80 



60 Lb.- 



(3.23) 
5' 10) 
5.49) 

hi,'-' \ 

W9IS 
4-30) 

4.44) 1.28 
6.12) lc25 
4.02) 
(5.28) 



'83 
:-.o79 
1.-33 
l'>13 
1.-13 
ic22 



1.20 
1>03 



"T$ 1,000) 

$13,952 
19,961 
2..,? 61 
-3* 873 

21.; 685 
16,632 

IV 563 

10-307 

16.. 410 



64 



TOIdATOES - SPRING - ACREAGE AND PRODUCT 
(Fresh market only except as 



ION BY COUNTIES AND AREAS - 1959 
sho'wn in State Totals) 



Counties 
and Areas 



AcreagQ 



Yield 



Production 



Planted : For Harvest : 60 Lb. Crts. 



Total 



Harvested 



West Florida Area 
Holmes 
Jackson 

Washington 



50 
100 

50 



25 
100 
25 



50 

50 
50 



1,250 
5,000 
1.250 



1,250 
5,000 
1,250 



Area Total 



200 



150 



50 



7,500 



7,500 



North Centyal Florida Area ,, . 

Lake 50 

Marion 1,670 

Sumter 1,000 



50 
1,625 

975 



100 
130 
145 



5,000 
211,250 
141,375 



^,000 
211,250 
141,375 



Area Total 



2,720 



2,650 



135 



357,625 



357,625 



Manatee -Hills'borough- V^auchula 


Area 










Hardee 

Hills'borough 

Manatee 

Polk 


300 
1,620 
2,360 

140 


300 
1,620 
2,360 

140 


85 
165 

225 
70 


25,500 
267,300 
531,000 
9,800 


25,500 
267,300 
531,000 
9,800 



Area Total 



4,420 



4,420 



189 



833,600 



Fort Hyers-Immokalee Area 

Collier 6OO 

Hendry 1,560 

Lee and Charlotte 510 



530 
1,560 
510 



220 
340 
180 



116,600 
530,400 
91,800 



116,600 
530,400 
91,800 
736,800 



Area Total 



2,670 



2o600 



284 



736,800 



Fort Pierce Area 












Brevard and Indian River 


845 


845 ' ' ^ 


190 


160,550 


160,550 


Glades and Highlands 


1,110 


1,110 


205 


227,550 


227,550 


St. Lucie and Martin 


1,540 


1,540 


191 


294,025 


294,025 


Okeechobee and Osceola 


775 


775 ■ "■ 


180 


139,500 


139,500 


Palm Beach and Broward 


550 


550 


165 


90,750 


90,750 


Area Total . 


4,820 


_ 4,820 


. 189 


912,375 


912,375 


Lower East Coast Area 












Dade 


1,900 


1,600 


105 


168,000 


168,000 


Other Covmties 


270 


260 


173 


45,100 


45, 100 


State Total - Fresh 






: 185 


3,063,000 


3,063,000 


State Total - Processing 






... 23 


375,000 


375,000 


State Total - All 


17,000 


16,500 


208 


3,438,000 


3,438,000 



TOMATOES - CplTOTY SHIPMENTS - CARLOTS .BY RAJL . - ,S,E^\S0N 1958-1959 



County 



(Approximate Loading • 
Oct: Nov: Dec: Jan: 



500 crates (60 lb.) per car) 1958-59 1957-58 

Feb: Mar: Apr; May: Jun: Total; Total: 



Alachua 

Collier 

Dade 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hillsborough 
Lee 

Manatee 
Marion 
Okeechobee 
Palm Beach 
St. Lucie 
Sumter 



87 
62 
10 

25 
30 
10 
81 



1 



58 
400 

10 
18 
1 
77 



494 368 345 

1 ■■ 
2 



449 144 



42 



103 
49 
4 

12 
10 
27 



410 



61 
17 
205 

443 
41 

286 
13 



14 
15 



32 
3 



310 
1718 

31 

36 
266 

ZX 
644 

56 

1366 
16 



1 

293; 

72 

273; 

665 
70 

18 
60 

1236 
17 



. TOTAL 

4 * .V 



755 708 497 368 387 615 IO66 



64 



4465 



37.01. 



Ml^ed Cars 1958-59 Broward County December 2( January 2, February If Orange County April 1^ 



65 



miAIOES - COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY TBUCK IN CABLOT EQUIVAIENTS - SEASON 1958-1959 



(Conversion Factor - 350 crates per car) 1958-59 1957-58 

Coxinty :.f-/"0ct: Nov; Dec: Jan; Feb: Mar: Ayrt May; Jun; Total; Total; 



Alachua • 














. — - 




4 


4 


20 


Brevard 










- - - 


- ■'- - 






1 


1 


- - 


Broward 




, 13 


68 


162 


124 


126 


115 


20 


2 


630 


283 


Collie^: 


1 


■r^; 220 


142 


85 


75 


17 


422 


196 


2 


1160 


811 


Dade ,1 




. !257 


1181 


1569 


1211 


1099 


301 


' 6 


16 


5624 


3284 


Duval 


2 


,fr ,35 


51 


-38 


19 


: 29 


58 


100 


348 


- : 270 


Gilchrist 
















1 




1 


1 


Hardee 




38 


7 


1 






13 


44 


1 


104" 


: 220 


Hendry ' 






k 






1 


2 






19 


11 


HillshorijUgh 


1 


^^^:60 


87 


'32 


14 


.14 


42 - 


404 


39 


713 


483 


Indian Hiver — — 




• ■. .' .i. ■•- J. 












1 




1 


1 


Lake 












. .— . 




A 4 


2 


6 


'2' 


Lee 




26 


11 


16 


12 


6 


62 


. 8 




141 


98 


Levy , .J. 


















i 


1 




Manatee?i:- 


1 


78 


U3 


. ^ 


1 


^1 


56 




18 


754 


397 


Marion.. 


6 


, 6 




- "i 






185 


103 


300 


268 


Martin. 












' •■' 










1 


Okeechohee ' 






















80 


Palm Beach 




38 


135 


260 


243 


212 


166 


18 


2 


107^ 


776 


Polk 












1 




2 


1 


"74 


5 


St< Lucie 


16 


780 


229 






72 


1148 


895 


94 


3234 


2245 


Sarasota 








2 












2 


3 


Seminoi!et{ 




- ■ 1 


5 


11 


5 


3 


4 


3 




32 


• 24 


Sumter- 


1 


- - ■ 2 












195 


129 


327 


- 259 


Unknown Origin 


1 


27 


33 


18 


13 


15^ 


8 


■ 16 


5 


136 


86 


TOUAL 


29 


I 16^ 


1996 


2194 


1717 


> 1596 


2397 


2654 


420 


14616 


. $629 



CABLOT SHIPMENTS OF TOMATOES BY BAIL OB BOAT 





Av*Load 






















Season 


: 607f Crt. 


Oct; 


Nov; 


Dec; 


" • Jan; 


Feb^ 


Mar; 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun; 


Jul; Total:. 


1949-50 


358 




113 


1102 


462 


1101 - 


1201 


1053 ' 


820 


151 


6,003 


1950-51 


362 


i • 


... .242 


483 


. 392 


343 


893 


1294 


2647 


319 


6,619 


1951-52 , 


358 - 




-322- 


877 


--ti289 


1019 


--663 


12751 


2960 


115 


8,521 


1952-53 


358 


2>'. 




.802 


972 


428 


. 716 


23^5 


1393 


42 


V 7,232- 


1953.-54. 


. 358 




v67 


989 


1168 


913 


1029 


1353 


1547 


51 


7,117. 


1954-55 


- 358 




;340 


1263 . 


1128 


945 


1855 


2185 


2220 


101 


; - 10,037.x 


1955-56 


' 358 


.J • 


'-915 


1393 ■ 


1061 


481- ^ 


1224 


2657 


1878 


102 


? - 9,714.: 


1956-57 


358 


16 


524 


938 


1126 


792 


1065 


944 


637 


108 - ' 


- 6,150 


1957-58 


477 


4 


657 


742 


306 


46 


1 


75 


930 


940 


3,701 
4,465 


1958-59 


500 


5 


755 


708 


497 


368 


387 


615 


1066 


64 







SHIPMENTS 


OF 


TOMATOES 


IN MIXED 


CABS 


- CABLOT EQUIVALENTS 




1949=^^50 


358 




1 








.2 


2 


1 




1950-'51 


362 




1 








1 


1 


4 


1 


1951-52 


358 








2 


2 




2 


3 




1952.-53 


358 




2 


4 


2 


2 


5 


2 


5 


1 


1953-54 


358 




















1954-55 




None 


















1955-56 




None 


















1956-57 


358 








3 












1957-58 


477 








1 






■ 1 






1958-59 


500 






2 


2 


1 




1 







SHIPMENTS OF TOIdATOES BY TBUCK IN CABLOT EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


500 Pkg. 




213 


917 


691 


1461 


1752 


.1958 


1402 


397 


6 


. 8,797^ 


1950-51 


400 Crt, 


36 


. 610 


417 


618 


632 


1711 


1895 


3331 


534 


2* 


9,786 


1951-52 


400 " " 


26 


,■584 


1088 


1569 


1531 


1280 


2141 


2722 


447 


5 


11,393- 


1952-53 


400 " 


24 


666 


774 


1242 


1084 


1433 


2941 


1809 


192 




10,165 


1953-54 


400 " 


3 


205 


1013 


1704 


1810 


2246 


2444 


2357 


169 




11,951 


195^-55** 


400-350 " 


4 


763 


1724 


2266 


2386 


3608 


4482 


3576 


525 




19,334 


1955-56 


350 


18 


1874 


2346 


2229 


1301 


2543 


4417 


3021 


389 


2 


18,140 


1956-57 


350 •■ 


34 


1053 


2224 


2959 


2531 


3628 


3163 


2536 


• 280 ' 




18,408 


1957-58 


350 " 


21 


1623 


1798 


1419 


427 


182 


365 


2436 


13 5^* 


4 


9,629 


1958-59 


350 


29 


1613 


1996 


2194 


1717 


1596 


2397 


2654 


420 




14, 616 



• Includes 1 carlot in August. 

•* To February 1 - 400 crates; after February 1 - 350 crates. 



66 



tomatoes: monthly prices - fresh market 









Dollars per 


v> w X . , 














T)/»4- •' 

, ■ f . • -uc v • 




Dec: 


Jan: 


re • 




ivpr • 


May. 






195**-55 




9.75 


7.15 


7.25 


8.75 


8.35 


7.35 


7. 10 


H". DO 


Q /It 




. .. 10>80 


8.50 


5.90 


10.60 


12. 60 


14. 10 


6.80 


8.00 


0.50 




1956-57 


6.70 


12.10 


7.10 


6.20 


6.50 


"6.80 


9.80 


10.90 


8.50 


8.11 


i Q CO CQ 
1757-50 


12*00 


II.hO 


8.10 


11.50 


11. 'iO 


19.50 


12. 10 


0. 00 


'J'. '+U 


0. J*^ 


1958-59 

-■ • 


. ;10.00 


9.10 


6.70 


10.00 


8.00 


8.50 


10. 20 


8.20 


5.00 


8.61 




; tomatoes: 


SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS 


IN PERCENT 










Oct: 


Nov:-. 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: , 






Total,:.. 


l75**^->5 




3.8 


10.2 


ii.6. 


11.3 


18.6 


22.7 


19.7 


2i 1 


\ t\t\ A I • . 

1UU»U 


I755-5D 


■ 0.1 


10.0 


13. 


11.8 < 


6.4 


13.5 


25.4 




1. 


A f\f\ i\ 




0.2 


6.4 


12.9 


16.6 • 


13.6 


19.1 


16.7 


19 Q 
ic. 7 






1957-58 


0.2 


17.1 


19.1 


12.9 ■ 


3.5 


1.4 


3.3 


25.3 


17.2 


100.0:-' 


1958-59 . 


0.2 


12.i* 


1^.2 


14.1 


10.9 


10.4 


15.8 


19.5 


2.5 


100.0 



VuATEEMELOMS 



V;ATEEMEL0NS-, ACRES FOR HARVEs£j^^|3y;C0UNTIES 



County 


1953 


1954. 


1955 - - 


1956 . 


1957 


1958 


1959--' 


Alachua 


8,000 


8,300 


5,300 


5,300 


5,300 


5,000 


4,800 


Bradford 


300 


300 


300 


300 - 


400 


200 


200 


CalhoTin 


750 


800 


1,000: -.^ 


600 : 


; . ^ 500 


500 


75 


Charlotte 


700 


800 


1,400 


1,800 


1,300 


700 


800 


Citrus ■ 


550 


700 


600. 


900 


1,900 


2,300 


1,200 


Collier 


2,400 


1,900 


2,600^ 


3,400 


3,100 


1,600 


1,100 


Colximhia 


2,500 


2,200 


2, 200*^' . i 


2,250 


2,200 


3,000 


2,600... 


DeSoto 


, 600 


700 


1,10b ^ ■ 


"1,200 


2,500 


1,600 


1,15a;..;. 


Dixie 


300 


300 


700 " 


700 


500 


500 


500 .Pr 


Gadsdea 


— 


- 


400 


200 


50 


400 - - 


- -'-r"- 


Crilchrist 


- 9,000 


8,200 


5,200 


5,500 


6,275 


6,000 


6,000 


b-lades 


, 400 


325 


500; 


1,000 


400 


1,000 


3.00 V 


Hamilton.-. 


700 


950 ■ 


500 f 


300 


; 200 


400 


15b ■ 


Hardee _ •. '. • 


900 


700 


1,000. ' 


1,500 


" 1,500 


1,400 


900- ■ .,- 


Hendry ,-, ■ 


1,.qOO 


1,500 


1,800' 


1,900 


1,900 


2, 100 


3»,^ob ;. . 


Hernando 


■ 1>?00 


1,600 


1,800 ■ 


1,800 


2,100 


2,500 


1,100- 


niguianas 


100 


100 


100 ' 


100 


150 


50 


325 


X X k7 UUF vugu 


.-.j>».yuu 




o,00v 


0, jOO 


5, oOO - 


*4', '♦00 - 


2,^00 


1 mfl Q 




1 lLrir\ 




. 1, /UO 


1, ruO_ 


2,500 


. -1, 200 








— / ^nn 
a./ OUU 


oUU 


000 


onn . 
7UO 


'■ ' : /inn 
i OUU 


Jackson ■ ■ 






Qnn 


1 nn 
c, lUU 


1 Qnn 


1 nn 
J, 100 


Cf OUU 


Je ^ ^fiT*'5ftn 

V X X w X 9 






/tnn 
c, '+UU 


2,U(J0 


4 onn 
1, 700 


2f 100 


4 nnn 
1, 700 . . 


La^nvef'.tA ' 

XJC X QO' V U U9 




1 Qnn 
1, 7UU 


1 , OUU 


nnA 
<c»UUO 


4 Qnn 


2 9 300 


4 or\n 

i,you .. 


Lake 




9 iinn 
f t **vu 


c cnn 


/i "inn 


Ji /inn 
*+UU 




J , 500 


Lee 




Ann 


Ann 
OUU 


1, cUU 


■i /inn 


550 


A en - 


Leon ^ .. 








ou 




Ann 




Levy ■•r 


5,300 


5,800 


4,500 


5,000 


, 5,600 


5,000 


3,600 : 


Madison 


1, 900 


2,200 


3,000£ 


1,800 


1,600 


2,000 


1,00a;:; 


Manatee 


, ,600 


600 


200?; • 


650 ■■ 


:■ ; "650 


450 


550 " \ 


Marion 


7,800 


8,400 


7,200 


8,200 


10,200 


■9,900"-:; 


7,300 : .- 


Martin 


500 


800 


1,000 


1,500 


1,100 


1,000 - 


500 


Okeechobee 


"300 


200 


200 . 


350 


200 


300 


300 


Orange 


":;460 


250 


106, ; 


300 


150 


1,000 


300. 


Osceola 


■ 250 


250 


25b;' ^ 


200 : 


600 


450 


600 


Fsilm Beach 


300 


400 


200 - 


300 


200 


600 


250 ' 


Pasco ■ , 


6, 206 


5,800 


4,500 ' 


4,000 


' 3,900 


3,300 


l,4oo::^ 


Polk 


i,700 


2,300 


2,800 


3,100 


2,900 


2,300 


2,200 ' 


Putnam 


200 


400 


400 


600 


800 


1,200 


800 


St. Johl^s 


. . ioo 


300 


200 










St. Luoie 


'. :^3oo 


300 


^ ■ 


400 


650 


375 


400 


Santa Rosa 




350 


700 


500 


500 


500 


500 


SarQ.sot9, 








200 . 


50- 






Sumter - - 


4,000 


6,600 


--4,500 


5,200 


6,300 


6,900 


5,900 v. 


Suwannee 


7,000 


6,300 


6,300 


6,600 


6,000 


5,500 


3,400 


Taylor 


150 


250 


200 


100 


75 


300 


100 


Union 


350 


400 


300 


300 


275 


300 


150 


Volusia 


450 


800 


300 


300 


400 


300 


475 


Wakulla 




250 


150 










V/alton 




700 


300 


100 


100 


300 


100 


Washington 


1,400 


1,800 


1,800 


1,000 


1,800 


2,100 


1,400 


Other Coiinties 


800 


275 


500 


1,100 


950 


975 


825 


TOTAL 

a/ St. Lucie included 


93,000 
in Indian 


98,000 
River. 


88,000 


91,000 


95,000 


95,000 


72,000 



67 



WATEEMELONS - ACEEAGE, PEODUCTION AND VALUE - STATE SUiaiARY 



Season Acreage 

Planted For Harvest 



Yield 
Per Acre 



Production 
Total Of Value 



Average 
Price 



Total Value 



Cwt. 



1,000 Cwt. 



19U9-50 


70,000 


68,000 


75 


1950-51 


60,000 


57,000 


79 


1951-52 


75,000 


72,000 


76 


1952-53 


100,000 


93,000 


74 


1953-5^ 


105,000 


98,000 




195^-55 


91,000 


88,000 


92 


1955-56 


96,000 


91,000 


95 


1956-57 


105,000 


95,000 


68 


1957-58 


100,000 


95»000 


100 


1958-59 


77,000 


72,000 


68 



5,100 
^^,503 
5,^*72 
6,882 
8,232 
8,096 
8,6*^5 
6,460 
9,500 
4,896 



3,718 
4,503 
5,472 
6,882 
7,491 
7,214 
8,190 
6,460 
7,744 
4,896 



Cwt. 1,000 Dollars 

1.55 $ 5,763 

1.80 8,105 

2.15 11,765 

1.85 12,732 

1.30 9,738 

2.00 14,428 

1.75 14,332 

2.05 13,243 

1.00 7,744 

2.35 11,506 



l/ Average weight per melon 25 pounds through 1956, 22.5 pounds 1957, 25 pounds 1958, 21.5 
pounds 1959. 



VitATEEMELONS - ACEEAGE AND PEODUCTION BT COUNTIES AND AEEAS 1958-1959 



Counties 
cind Areas 



Acreage 



Yield 



Production 



Planted 



For Harvest 



Melons 



Total 



Harvested 



Vv'est Florida Area 
Calhoun 
-Holmes 
Jackson 
Santa Eos a 
Walton 
V.'ashington 



200 
1,600 
2,800 
500 
100 
1,500 



75 
1,200 
2,800 
500 
100 
1,400 



290 
300 
330 
245 

225 

225 



21,750 
360,000 
924,000 
122,500 

22,500 
315.000 



21,750 
360,000 
924,000 
122,500 

22,500 
315,000 



Area Total 


6,700. 


6,075 


291 


1,765,750 


1,765,750 


Live Oak Area 












Columbia 


2,800 


2,600 


315 


819,000 


819,000 


Hamilton 


150 


150 


125 


18,750 


18,750 


■^.Jefferson 


1,800 


1,700 


350 


595,000 


595,000 


Lafayette 


2,000 


1,900 


300 


570,000 


570,000 


Leon 


300 


300 


350 


105,000 


105,000 


Madison 


1,000 


1,000 


300 


300,000 


300,000 


Suwannee 


3,500 


3,400 


315 


1,071,000 


1,071,000 


Taylor 


100 


100 


400 


40,000 


40,000 


Area Total 


11,650 


11,150 


316 


3,518,750 


3,518;750 



Gainesville Area 
.■•'.Alachua 

Bradford 
.Dixie 
. Gilchrist 

Levy 

Marion (n) 

Putnam 

Union 



5,000 
200 
500 
6,200 
4,100 
4,000 
1,000 
225 
21,225 



4,800 
■ 200 
/ 500 
6,000 
3,600 
3,700 
800 
150 



350 
375 
275 
275 
250 
300 
200 
200 



1,680,000 
75,000 
137,500 
1,650,000 
900,000 
1,110,000 
160,000 
30,000 
5.742.500 



1,680,000 
75,000 
137,500 
1,650,000 
900,000 
1,110,000 
160,000 
30,000 



'Area Total 



19,750 



291 



5,742,500 



Central Florida Area 
Citrus 
Hernando 
Hillsborough 
Lake 

Marion (S) 
" Orange 
Osceola 
Pasco 
Polk 
Sumter 
Volusia 



1,200 
1,300 
3,000 
3,800 
3,900 
300 
600 
1,900 
2,300 
6,500 
475 
25,275 



,200 
,100 
,700 



1 
1 

2,.„ 
3,500 
3,600 
300 
600 
1,400 
2,200 
5,900 
475 



250 
275 
200 
285 
300 
400 
275 
200 

375 
250 
225 



300,000 
302,500 
540,000 
997,500 

1,080,000 
120,000 
165,000 
280,000 
825,000 

1,475,000 
106,875 



300,000 
302,500 
540,000 
. 997,500 
1,080,000 
. 120,000 
165.000 
280,000 
825,000 
1,475,000 
106,875 



Area Total 



22,975 



270 



6,191,875 



6,191,875 



Continued 



68 















VM T VT^f "PIT . ON 9 


- ACREAGE AND 


PRODUCTION BY 


COUNTIES AUD 


AEEAS 1958-1959 




L-OUmi IGS 


: Acreape : 


Yield 


; Production 


gLncL Arsas 


: Planted : 


For Harvest i 


Melons 


: Total 


: Harvested 














uii&rio t te 


oOO 


oOO ~ 






o/la nnr> 


oOi i ler 


If 100 


If 100 


f\}\J 


r /Uf UUU 


99n nnn 

f fUf \J\J\J 


VBoO ZO 


If 150 


4 4 f A 

1,150 


Jr5 


*.Q 4 Crt 
*+J 1 > 






300 


300 ' 


jUvJ 


90,000 


OA AAA 

vu, uuu 


HardG6 


900 


yoo 




225,000 


00c AAA 

4i<;5» ouu 




3»^oo 


3,^00 


^UU 


2,380,000 


OQA AAA 


nignlands 


325 


325 


250 


01, 250 


fii OCA 

01, <i5U 


Indian River 


600 


600 




135»000 


4 C AAA 

135*000 


L86 


650 


650 




390,000 


OCA AAA 

j90,000 


J^ianatGO 


550 


550 


"inn 


4 ^ C AAA 
1 05,000 


AAA 

10^, UUU 


La ax tin 


500 


500 




162. 500 


162,500 




300 


300 


325 


97,500 


97,500 




350 


250 




50,000 


50,000 


St» Lucie 


^00 


400 


200 


80,000 


80,000 


Area Total 


11,325 


11.225 


U72 


' 5» 297, 500 


5.297,500^ 


Other Counties 


825 


825 


310 


255,625 


255.625 


State Total 


77»0OO 


72,000 


316 


22,772,000 


22,772,000 



V^ATEEMELONS - COUNTY SHIPMENTS - SEASON 1958-59 





CAitLOTS 


BY BAIL 








CAHiOT EQUIVALENTS BY TRUCK 




(Approximate Loading - 


1465 melons) 




: (Conversion Factor 




000 melons) 












1957-58 












1 7.;? f 


County Anrl 


May J 


tJ\m« 


Jul: 


Total : 


Total: 


. iip r. 




Jun' 


Till • 
Ul • 


Total J 


Total: 


Alacnua 


3 


308 


3 


314 






7 


1126 


125 


1.258 


4 li Zo 

1,463 


Baker 








- — 








1 




1 




Bradford 














4 


63 


4 


71 


123 


Broward 








• - 


"■ i'. 1 
■ '"i ■ 




8 


7 


2 


17 


17 


CalhoTJH 








■ - 








4 




4 




Charlotte 


15 






' ' 15 


Ok 




98 


14 




112 


51 


Citrus 




3 




■3 




: a/345 


13 


20 




"33 


85 


Collier a/ 53 


U47 


5 




505 


H'lO 


2453 


28 


2 


2,826 


804 


Columbia ~ 




38 




38 


ol 


330 


104 


434 


631 


Dade 








- 




; 1 


4 


6 




11 


9 


DeSoto 


8 






8 


Iko 




315 


82 


1 


398 


220 


Dizie 






A 


, 


^— . 




3 . 


- 1 


4 


8 


Duval" 






; ' 




: fi' 


5 




-Ik 


1 - 


20 . 


52. 


Ulicnrisx 




272 


19 


291 


704 




9 


1047 


92 


1, 148 


975 


G-lades 










20 




. 20 


1 




21 


52 


Hamilton 




1 




1 






1 




2 


3 


1 


Hardee 


3 






3 


34 


: 4 


163 


37 


1 


205 


159 


Hendry 1 


129 






130 


103 


: ^ 


463 


20 


2 


488 


194 


Hernando 


33 


23 




56 


46o 




::177 


144 




321 


510 


Highlands 














"-■59 


6 




■65 


27 


Hillshoro 


18 


3k 




52 


284 


2 


139 


222 


2 


365 


665 


Holmes 










10 








3 


^ 3 




Ind. Eiver 


10 






10 


110 




107 


5 




112 


142 


Jefferson 




160 


104 


264 


277 




2 




2 




Lafayette 




3 


1 


4 


25 






157 


19 


, 176 


193 


Lake 


13 


35 




46 


344 




337 


589 


6 


932 


1,683 


Lee 


43 






43 


108 


2 


77 


7 




86 


46 


Leon_ 














4 




4 




Levy 




■259 


13 


272 


766 ; 




7 '• 


388 


59 


434 • 


- 863 


Madison .-. 




20 


5 


25 


22 




2 


14. 


1 


17 


4 


Manatee, c 










147 




■ 78 


14 




- -9 2 - 


.,.,61; : 


Marion 


28 


123 




154 


1,040 


» ' * 


348 


1693 


22 


2,063 


2,685 


Martin 


52 






52 


171 




68 


5 




73 


55 


Okeechohee 


.....25 


3 




28 






49 


5 




54 




Orange 


■ » 










4 


58 


64 




126 


119 


Osceola 










72 




3 




3 


39 


Palm Beach 












1 


16 


7 




24 


52 


Pasco 


10 


25 




35 


248 






120 


5 


198 


313 


Pinffl-las ■ 














7 




-7- 


7. 


Polk ■ -.1 










66 : 


.a/6 


415 


. 288 




712. 


..1^.150. 


Putnam ' 




17 




17 


11 : 




4 


35 


5 


44 


> 94 


St* Johns 














. 3 


4 ■ 




7 


20 


St» Luci'e 










24 ; 


2 . 


: 54 


2 • 




58 


■:io9 



Continued 



69 



Continued 



V^AT-EIiMELONS - COUNTY SHIPMENTS - SEASON 1958-59^ 



- - CABLOTS Bl HAIL 

.... ' (Approximate Loading - 1465 mel 

County' Apr; May: Jun: Jul: 


onsy 
i.oxai • 


1 o v ai. • < 


(Conversion Factor - 1,000 melons) 

1958-59 1957-58 
, Apr: May: Jun: Jul: Total: Total: 


Santa Eosa 




8 




o 
o 












- 


- 


Seminole 
















11 


2 


22 


37 


Sumter 


18 


10 




28 


**56 ! 




561 


750 


1 


1»312 


1,939 


Suwannee 




85 


10 


95 


390 ; 






631 


309 


9^0 


1,725 


Taylor 














■'■2 






2 




Union 










— 






6 


1 


7 


103 


Volusifi, 


2 


1 




3 


3 




12 


17 




29 


149 


Unk. Origin 










4 < 




30 


53 


Ik 


97 


152 


Ice Box 
























Melons 












: 1 


8 


1 




10 


13 


Estimated 
























West 






















3,863 


Florida 
















929 


1585 


.2.51'+ 


TOm. 5^ - 857 , . lt*33 

aj Incl-udes. 6 cars in November 
~'ih December. 


158 
and 2 


2,502 
cars — 


7»259 


; 371 6256 8986 

a/ Includes ^ cars 
Polk Counties in 


237i* 17,987 

in Collier and 6 
November, 1958« 


21,662 
cars in 



CAELOT SHIPlvlENTS OF WATEHJELONS BY RAIL 



Av» Load 



Season 


Melons 


Mar: 


Apr: 


1949-50 


850 


2 


31 


1950-51 


1054 




7 


1951-52 


960 


1 


67 


1952-53 


, 981 


1 


1,098 


1953-5** 


885 




328 


1954-55 


885 




166 


1955-56 


885 


a/ 15 


523 


1956-57 


1200 


|/147 
a/ 2 


365 


1957-58 


1140 




1958-59 


1465 


1/ 8 


46 



May: 



-Jun: 



Jul: 



Aug: 



Total: 
10,202 
10,195 
11,358 
12,250 
13,821 
12,088 
11,312 
7,384 
7,259 
2,502 



a/ Includes all shipments from September 



U042 
2,401 
3,098 
5,535 
^,951 
4,474 
3,948 
2,685 
236 
857 
to April* 



8,375 
7,529 
8,103 
5,590 
8,496 
6,656 
6,5'*5 
4, 170 
5,684 

1,^33 



752 
257 
89 
26 
46 
788 
279 
15 
1,337 
158 



1 
2 
2 



SHIPMENTS OF Vi'ATEEMELONS BY THUCK IN CAi?L0T EQUIVALENTS 



1949-50 


1000 




1950-51 


1000 




1951-52 


1000 


1 


1952-53 


1000 




1953-5^ 


1000 




l95'*-55 


1000 


1955-56 


1000 


a/ 6 


1956-57 


1000 


a/138 


1957-58 


1000 


' 


1958-59 


1000 


a/ 10 


* Includes 


estimated 


carlot 



25 


530 


3,645» 


300* 




4,500 


2 


847 


4,986* 


1,074* 




6,909 


65 


1,887 


7,385* 
9,360* 


1,060* 
596* 


1 


10,399 


384 


4,632 


1 


14,973 


317 


4,030 


11,562* 


956* 
2,499* 


2 


16,880 


15J^ 


3,803 


9,862* 


1 


16,336 


424 


4,443 


12,124* 


1,900* 




18,897 


621 


5,287 


11,816 


1,397* 
5,606* 




19,259 




599 


15,455* 
8,986* 


^ 2 


21,662 


361 


6,256 


2,374* 




17,987 



equiv. Moving out of State & not reported by road guard stations. 
Includes all shipments prior to April 1. 



WATEEMELONS: MONTHLY PRICES - FEESH MARKET 







Dollars 


per Cwt. 






Season 


Year 


Mar:^ 


Apr: 


May: 


June : 


July: 


Avg: 


1954*55 




4.40 


3.00 


1.70 


0.75 


2.00 


1955-56 


4.00 


3.10 


2.30 


1.55 


0.85 


1.75 


1956-57 


3.25 


3.25 


2.65 


1.70 


1.20 


2.05 


1957-58 






4.95 


1.00 


0.50 


1.00 


1958-59 




4.25 


3.30 


2.05 


0.75 


2.35 




WATEEMELONS: SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS 


IN PEECENT 






Year 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


June : 


July: 


Total: 


1954-55 




1.1 


29.1 


58.1 


11.7 


100.0 


1955-56 




3.1 


27.8 


61.8 


7.3 


100.0 


1956-57 


1.1 


3.7 


29.9 


60.0 


5.3 


100.0 


1957-58 






2.9 


73.1 


24.0 


100.0 


1958-59 


0.1 


1.9 


34.7 


50.9 


12.4 


100.0 



70 



MISCELLANEOUS VEGETAELE CBOPS 



: No official estimates are available at this time on such crops as radishes, field peas, okra, 
■broccoli^ and miscellaneous greens and hunched vegetahles. Such shipment information as is avail- 
able on these crops is fxarnished for the benefit of those interested. " ' i 



RADISHES - COUNTY SHIPMENTS - CAi?LOTS BY RAIL - SEASON 1958-1959 
(Approximately 2,060 - l6 quart crates per carlot - estimated; 























1958-59 


1957-58 


County- 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Total: 


Total . 


Highlands 




d 


1 


1 












10 


10 


Orange 


2 


5 


2 


1 


k 


5 


5 


1 




25 


27 


Palm Beach 


11 


U6 


3U 


22 


24 


13 


39 


19 




■■■■ 211 


116 


Sarasota 




3 














.... ,.. 


3 


50 


TOTAL 


13 


6z 


37 


zk 


28 


18 




20 


3 


249 


203 


RADISHES 


- COUNTl 


' SHIPMENTS • 


■ CARLOT EQUIVALENTS IN MIXED 


:ars - 


SEASON 


1958-1959 




Broward 






1 














1 




Highlands 




1 


6 


5 


3 


2 








17 


19 


Eillshoro 




















_ . . 


3 


Lake 
















1 






- 


Orange 


2 


7 


9 


3 


9 


6 


6 


5 




S' 


27: 


Palm Beach 


2 


21 


36- 


26 


29 


33 


44 


15 




206 


139 ^ 


Sarasota 




2 


2 


2 


3 


1 


1 


2 




13 


20 


Seminole 














1 






1 


— 


TOTAL 


k 


31 


5^ 


36 


44 


42 


52 


23 




286 


208 


RADISHES 


- COUNTY SHIPMENTS 


- CARLOT EQUIVALENTS BY TRUCK 


- SEASON 1958 


-1959 










(Conversion Facto 


r - 


1,200 packages) 










Browed 


2 


15 


23 


25 


37 


38 


24 


4 




166 


138 


Lade 


1 


k 


3 


6 


7 


8 


4 


2 




35 


35 


Duval 






1 




1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


6 


5 


Highlands 




11 


10 


11 


5 


4 


4 


1 




U6 


52 


Hillsboro 


2 


6 


3 


6 


3 


2 


4 


5 




31 


26 


Lake 




1 












4 




5 


5 


Manatee 




1 


1 










1 




3 


5 


Orange 


30 




48 


35 


47 


■ 62 


61 


30 


2* 






Palm Beach 


29 




72 


82 


80 


135 


133 


68 


4 


663 


568 


Sarasota 


1 




7 


8 


5 


5 


5 


6 




43 


69 


Seminole 




k 


k 


7 


9 


11 ; 


11 


8 


1 


55 


59 


Unknown Origin 


8 


20 


12 


5 


4 


8 


12 


7 




76 


48 


TOTAL 


73 


173 


184 


185 


198 


274 


259 


137 


8 


1491 


1444 


• Includes 1 car 


in July 




























CARLOT 


SHIPMENTS 


OF 


RADISHES 


BY RAIL 











Season 


AvrLoad Est* 
l6 Qt. Crts. 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Total: 


1952-53 


1200 




75 


81 


36 


33 


23 


21 


17 




286 


1953-54 


1400 




69 


28 


42 


42 


35 


18 


3 




237 


1954-55 


1400 


2 


61 


38 


26 


15 


34 


26 


6 




208 


1955-56 


1400 


9 


47 


38 


26 


45 


27 


7 


13 




212 


1956-57 


1400 


8 


73 


49 


38 


27 


11 


12 


12 




230 


1957-58 


1695 


22 


45 


13 


13 


8 


41 


34 


27 




203 


1958-59 


2060 


13 


62 


37 


24 


28 


18 


44 


20 


3 


249 . 




' r' SHIPMENTS OF RADISHES IN MIXED CARS 


-'tARLOT EQUIVALENTS 









1952- 53 

1953- 54 

1954- 55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 

1957- 58 

1958- 59 



1200 
1400 
1400 
1400 
1400 
1695 
2060 





31 


73 


104 


90 


78 


52 


16 




444 




14.. 


31 


31 


.43 ^ - 


40 


29 


.....5..;. 




193 




20 


80 


68 


56 


■ 75 


65 


9 




373;. 


1 


•33 


52 


56 


63 


44 


54 


27 




330' 




34 


65 


66 


67 


61 


81 


29 




403 




14 


20 


29 


20 


36 


47 


42 




208 


4 


31 


54 


36 


44 


42 


52 


23 




-286:^ 



71 



SHIPMENTS OF RADISHES BY TRUCK IN CAELOT EQUIVALENTS 



Season 


Pkgs. 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan.: 


Fet: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Total: 


1950-51 


1000 


- 


- 


- 


21 


171 


172 


59 


2 


- 


425 


1951-52 


1200 


- 


106 


132 


158 


172 


169 


91 


7 


- 


835 


1952-53 


1200 


- 


87 


158 


15^+ 


180 


220 


125 




- 


958 


1953-5^ 


1200 


9 


122 


llU 


176 


116 


163 


120 


48 


- 


868 


l95'+-55 


1200 




158 


116 


163 


147 


2lU 


263 


74 


1 


1160 


1955-56 


1200 


50* 


188 


l68 


152 


200 


267 


251 


150 


12 


143s - 


1956-57 


1200 


52 


165 


201 


209 


2U3 


268 


291 


154 


7 


1590 


1957-58 


1200 


90 


192 


163 


ihk 


117 


258 


281 


190 


9 


1444-.- 


1958-59 


1200 .. 


- 73 - 


173 


I8i* 


185 


198 


27** 


259 


137 


8»* 


1491 



Nofe:' - No trvick shipment data available on radishes prior to January 1, 1951» and none on rail op 
_ 111 .mized cars prior to 1952-53* 

" Includes one car in September 1955* ** Includes one car in July 1959* 



FIELD PEAS ri- SHIPMENTS BY TfiUCK IN CABLOT EQUIVALENTS 

Av.Load 

Season Bu» Aug: Sept: Oct; Nov: Dec; Jan: Feb; Mar; Apr: May: Junt Jul: Total; 



1949- 50 

1950- 51 

1951- 52 

1952- 53 

1953- 54 

1954- 55 

1955- 56- 

1956- 57 

1957- 58 

1958- 59 



600 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 
650 





6 


9 


16 


5 


7 






5 


16 


2 


2 






11 


16 


6 


6 






8 


16 


5 


3 




2 


10 


9 


4 


4 


1 


3 


-33 


25 


7 


4 




3 


26 


35 


12 


2 




1 


3 


15 


25 


4 


2 




2 


15 


30 


4 


1 




^ 2-, 


20 


29 


7 


2 



6 
1 
5 
3 
2 
2 
1 



13 
3 
4 
8 
4 
1 
3 
7 



61 
19 
40 
129 
61 
24 



301 
387 
320 

355 
428 
342 



64 323 
90 346 



2 
91 



219 
187 



194 
206 
117 

46 

50 
103 
171 

85 
235 

95 



12 
2 

1 
2 
1 



630 

643 
525 
574 
576 
546 
641 
578 
510 
434 



Note: Sail shipments not available. 



BUNCHED VEGETABLES - COUNTY SHIPMENTS IN CABLOT EQUIVALENTS BY TRUCK - SEASON 1958-1959 





(Conversion Factor 


- 1,000 dozen) 




1958-59 


1957-58 


County 


Oct: Nov: Dec: 


Jan; 


Feb: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May; Jun; 


Total; 


Total: 


Bradford 


1 


5 


1 


1 






6 


1 


Bi oward 




3 


3 


2 






6 


7 


Callier 


' 1 












1 




Dade 


1 


3 


4 


1 


1 




'10 


23 


Duval 


1 1 1 


4 


7 


5 


2 ■ 




24 


35 


Highlands 


■•S -:% 












2 




Hillsboraugh 


1 5 


22 


19 


6 


1 




54 


102 


Manatee 








1 


1 




2 


2 


Marion 








1 






1 


2 


Ort.nge 


1 1 


2 










4 


r- r 6 


Palm Beach 


1 


4 


3 


1 


3 




12 


13 


Pasco 




2' 










2 ' 




Polk 








1 






1 




Putnam 












1 


1 




St» Lucie; ■ 












1 


1 




St. John'S;{:r" 




1 


1 








2 


2 


Sarasota r;. 


1 




1 


1 


1 




4 


5 


Seminole s." 


1 2 


'8 


; 5 


9 


5 


1 


31 


22 


Suwannee ' 


: 1 








1 


2 


6 


Unknown Origin 


, I. 


1 










1 


10 


TOTAL 


2 • 4 15 


56 


44 


29 


14 


5 2 


.171 


236 




SHIPMENTS OF BUNCHED 


VEGETABLES BY TRUCK IN 


CABLOT 


EQUIVALENTS 






Season Doz. 


Oct: Nov; Dec 


; -Jan: 


Feb; 


Uar : 


Apr; 


Jilay; Jun; 


Jul; 


Total; 



1950- 51 

1951- 52 

1952- 53 

1953- 54 

1954- 55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 

1 957- 58 

1958- 59 



1000 
1000 
1000 
1000 
1000 
1000 
1000 
1000 
1000 



1 

9 

1 
1 
2 



2 
3 
7 
7 

2 

35 
4 

3 
4 
4 



4 
;21 
67 
13 
13 
59 
21 
12 
15 
15 



10 
75 
140 
54 
55 
68 

53 
32 
60 
56 



8 

165 
134 
32 
60 
77 
48 
25 
63 
44 



- 9 
144 
112 
26 
78 
47 
24 
14 
60 
29 



4 

44 
21 

8 
:i6 
31 
15 

9 
21 
14 



1 

a 2 
-3 

8 
8 
9 

10 
2 

10 
5 



2 
1 
1 
2 
2 



38 
454 

485 
149 
232 
337 
177 
99 
236 
171 



Bunched vegetables include beets, carrots, bunched greens, onions, and turnips* 



72 



OTHEB VEGETABLES 









(Convereion 


Factor 


- 600 packages per car) 






1958-59 


1957-58 


County Aug: 


s«»pt: 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


JcLn: 


Feh: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun* 


Jul* 


Total: 


Total: 


Bradford 






1 



















1 


4 


Broward 




t 


6 


11 


11 


16 


15 


10 


7 






78 


56 


Dade 




.1 


2 


2 


10 


6 


7 


3 


■;'3 


3 




37 


16 


Duval 






1 


1 


1 


2 


5 


4 


■3 


4 


1 


22 


25 


Flagler 












1 












1 


• 


Hardee 






i 










1 


1 






3 




Eighlazids 








2 


6 


k 


, 3 


1 








16 


19 


Hlllsboro 






.10 


2 


6 


18 


2 


; 4 


12 


35 


9 


116 


108 


Lake 








1 








2 




1 




4 


11 


Lee 






1 






1 












2 


- 


Uaoatee 






6 


21 


17 


24 


18 


24 


16 






128 


81 


Marlon 


2 


8 


3 








5 




2 


13 


4 


41 


24 r 


Orenge 




1 


2 


7 


11 


59 


15 


7 


3 


3 




108 


87 


Palm Beach 






6 


li 


33 


35 


27 


38 


16 


6 




179 


169 


Folk 










1 


& 


6 


1 








12 


3 


Futnam 








2 




1 


1 










4 


4 


St* Johns 










8 


14 


2 


1 


1 






26 


62 


St* Lucie 






3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


4 




1 


6 


26 


26 


Sarasota 






1 


2 


2 


3 


4 


2 








14 


17 


Seminole 






3 


8 


12 


7 


9 


11 


6 


4 




60 


47 


Sumter 






1 












1 






2 


1 


Ualon 




1 
















3 




4 


3 


























16 




Origin 1 




3 


3 


6 


1 




2 










30 


Tom 1 


6 ' 


29 


5^ 


84 


122 


202 


124 


"3. 


71 


7U 


20 


900 


793 



SHIPMENTS OF OTHER VEGETABLES BY THUCK IK CAH,OT EQUIVALENTS 



Season 


Avg*Load 
Fkgs. 


Aug: 


Se^t: 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feh: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Total; 


1949-50 


500 








38 


104 


228 


213 


241 


137 


33 


8 


4 


1006 


1950-51 


600 


4 






54 


195 


376 


426 


278 


122 


40 


3 


2 


1500 


1951-52 


600 


6 




36 


38 


125 


291 


292 


272 


70 


93 


139 


65 


1432 


1952-53 


600 


14 


\ 


26 


38 


68 


122 


90 


82 


48 


111 


96 


58 


759 


1953-54 


600 , 


12 


15 


21 


17 


49 


80 


104 


123 


88 


117 


94 


3*» 


75^ 


195'*-55 


600 


5 


: 8 


21 


.65 


100 


133 


156 


140 


101 


66 


89 


24 


908 


1955-56 


600 




4 


17 


37 


1^ 


76 


107 


. 89 


85 


64 


46 


23 


604 


1956-57 


600 


2 


4 


19 


34 


63 


89 


72 


87 


73 


81 


55 


9 


588 


1957-58 


600 


1 




17 


46 


72 


104 


118 


155 


81 


82 


79 


33 


793 


1958-59 


600 


1 


1 


29 


5*> 


84 


122 


202 


124 


113 


71 


74 


20 


900 



OTHER VEGETABLES - CAELOT SHIPMENTS BY BAIL - SEASON 1958-1959 



Commodity. 



Nov: 



Dec: 



Jan: 



Feb: 



Mar: 



1958-59 
Total: 



1957-58 
Total: 



Carrots 
Greens 
Spinach 



1 
5 



3 
3 



10 



? 8 



2 
27 
3 



1 
56 

X 



TOTAL 



10 



8 



32 



62 



CARLOT SHIPMENTS OF OTHER VEGETABLES BY RAIL 



Season 



Oct: 


Nov: , 


Dee: 


Jan: 


Feh: 


Mar: 


Apr: 


May: 






7 


24— 


84 


84 


39 


16 




10 


22 


41 


41 


38 


14 


17 


2 


2 


19 


27 


15 


18 


32 


29 


mm 


4 


17 


26 


30 


24 


17 


11 




6 


14 


24 


48 


31 


41 


21 




7 
1 


18 


5 


65 


14 


5 






9 


13 


15 


. 13 


21 


J 


1 


8_. 


, 2 


2 


15 


24 


3 


7 




1 ■'■ ■• 


='•'■■6 


6 


10 


8 


1 





j\m: Jul: Aug: 



Total: 

25S~ 
275 
203 
150 
195 
119 
94 
62 
32 



1950- 51 

1951- 52 

1952- 53 

1953- 5^ 

1954- 55 

1955- 56 

1956- 57 

1957- 58 

1958- 59 



13 
10 



2 
36 

.8\'- 



73 



CABLOT SHIPMENTS OF MIXED VEGETABLES BY BAIL OE BOAT 



Season 


' Sept: 


Oct: 


Nov: 


Dec: 


Jan: 


Feb: 


Max: 


Apr: 


May: 


Jun: 


Jul: 


Total: 


19'*9-50 






85 


^53 


822 


935 


1111 


817 


575 


1^2 


16 


^,990 


1950-51 


- 


7 


i*a 


177 


it81 


750 


1266 


1266 


877 


176 


1 


5,0U9 


1951-52 


2 


22 


123 


593 


1190 


1179 


1233 


1107 


811 


90 


k 


6,35^* 


1952-53 


- 


6k 


252 


588 


761 


eo'^ 


1096 


928 


527 


52 


1 


5.073 


1953 -5** 




9 


li»8 


^36 


686 


890 


1206 


1019 


521 


103 


3 


5,021 


195'»-55 


«. 


31 


283 


6k9 


1019 


995 


1U33 


115^ 


6it4 


109 


- 


6,317 


1955-56 




37 


U16 


977 


762 


772 


12*^9 


1327 


610 


87 


- 


6,2U1 


1956-57 




20 


268 


688 


9^*9 


858 


-95^ 


900 


537 


69 


1 


5,2U4 


1957-58 


2 


uo 


1*99 


aee 


311 


167 


315 


669 


652 


85 


7 


3,233 


1958-59 




39 


kOl 


7k9 


751 


618 


636 


7U6 


505 


98 







Note: Mixed ears are those in which no one cotomodity constitutes 90 percent of the entire load* 

These earlots are broken down by conimodities and shown with the shipments of each commodity 
in carlot equivalents* , . 



COUNTY ACBEAGES FOR HARVEST OF COMMODITIES BY SEASONS 



Commodity 



Lima Beans 
Sne^^ Bsane 
Cabbage 
CantaloTips 
Celery a/ 
Comr Sweet 
Cucumbers 

Lettuce 

Peppers 

Potatoes 

Squash 

Tomatoes 

Watermelons 



1952-53 


1953-5^ 


I95k'55 


1955-56 


1956-57 


1957*58 


1958-59 . 






ALACHUA COUNTY 








56dr ■ 




k5Q 


300 


uoo 


300-': 


275 




i*875 , 


.1,900 


1,^50 


1,575 


1,800 - 


1,700 - 


75 


■ "7- .-50 


50.L.:: 


100 


25 


25 


25 


600 






300 


300 


300 


:z§Q ._ 


v 5<*5 


;;;; ^6^5^;;: 




^50 


U85 


.360 


,380 


100. 






150 


c/i»00 


d/950 


d/625 -c 
- 900 


; 1,050 : , 


t»295- 


575 


505 


T,275 


T,100 


190, 




165 


235 


235 


215 


165 Vv" 


;i J 








25 








925 ■ 


950 


575 


800 


925 


600 


^- 950 


■ 950 


IV 100 


1,300 


1,550 


1,150 


775 


250; 


•.^ .275:t; 


:250 


200 


200 


225 


200 




100 


75 


• 




180 




8,000 


8,300 


5,300 


5,300 


5,300 


5,000 


U,800 


li>,6lOi,v 


15,*»85 


llf7*»5 


10,665 


12,570 


12,530 


10,895 



TOTAL 

a/ C»lery include:«')^loD acreage* b/ Lettuce incltided in Marion aereager - ^y'^-Includes 
Columbia acreage* jj La'cltides Mariob; acreage^ ; 



BBADFOED COUNTY 



Lima Beans 
Snap Beans 
Cabbage 
Cornf ^eet 
Cucum^re 

Peppers 

Potatoes 

Squash; 

Strawbisrries 

Watermelons 



200 
175 
50 
900 
■100 

250 
i»00 
125 
225 
300 



200 
225 
50 
650 

250h: 

350 
350 
100 
125 
300 



200 
265 

650 

'^^25"~ 
35 
300 
500 
125 
75 
300 



125 
150 
50 
325 

tOOtJr 

-50^ 
200 

75 
150 
300 



175- 
200 

300 

-i^^^OOv 

275 
i 325 
' 100 

175 

uoo 



100 
200 
25 
350 

-^jL5a- 
■123 
125 

175 
75 
175 

200 



50. 
125 

50 
100 

.75. 
25 

55 
150 
200 



.-.■:>!-i: 



.TOTAL 2,725 2,800 2,625 . 1,925 .2,190 1,600 

a/ Potatoes included in Ualon. : 



855 



Tomatoes a/ 



3,025 



BEEVABD COUNTY 



1,'*25 



1,275 



a/ Inclvtdes Osceola acreage prior to 1956-57« b/ Brevard included in Indian River acreage 
1956-57 through 1958-59. 



7k 



CO.UUTJ ACEJiAGES FOR HAfiVEST OF COLltJODITIES BY SEASONS 



-^Commodity ■ ^952-53 . 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 

BEOV.ABD COUNTY 

Lima Beans 50 100 100 50 75 75 85 

Snap Beans 12,500 12,900 12,000 11,400 10,000 9,000 8,400 

Cabbage 150 75 50 50 - , - , - , 

Corn, Sweet 1,125 1,000 325 105 a/ a/ a/ 

Cucumbers 275 155 150 250 ll^J 123 a/ 

Eggplant 485 435 490 665 65O 500 623 

Peppers 2,375 '2,135 2,300 2,500 2,350 800 1,150 

Squash 2,000 1,775 2,375 2,400 ; 1,750 1,300 1,250 

Strawberries - - - ■= - ' , —'1 

"Tomatoes 350 200 150 100 ■ 120 a/ a/ 

TOTAL 19,310 18,775 17,940 17,520 15,055 11,800 11,510 

a/ Included in Palm Beach acreage. b/ Included in Palm Beach acreage* 

CALHOUN COUNTY ' 



V/atermelons 


19< 

JfJ 

750 


500 
800 


200 
1,000 


200 

600 


175 

500 


125 
500 


75 


TOTAL 


1,125 


1,300 


1,200 


800 


675 


625 


150 






CHAELOTTE COUNTY 










Cucumbers 
Eggplant 
Peppers 
Tomatoes a/ 
Watermelons 


700 
40 

700 


950 
50 
275 

800 


1,050 
50 
250 

1,400 


950 
50 
200 

1,800 


525 
200 
1,300 


300 
200 
700 


300 

175 

800 


TOTAL 


1,440 


2,075 


2,750 


3,000 


2,025 


1,200 


1,275 


a/ Peppers and tomatoes 


included 


in Lee acreage, also sweet corn 


1956-57 through 1958-59. 










CITRUS COUNTY 










Vi/atermelons 


550 


700 


600 
CLAY COUNTY 


900 


1,900 


2,300 


1,200 


Cabbage 
Potatoes 


300 

a/ 


300 

a/ 


200 

a/ 


400 


300 


400 


450 

a/ 


TOTAL 


300 : 


300 


200 


400 


300 


400 


450 


a/ Potatoes included in 


Putnam acreage* 













COLLIER COUNTY 



Cantaloups a/ 

Corn, Sweet 

Cucumbers 

Eggplant 

Peppers 

Potatoeai.. 

Squash " 

Tomatoes 

Vi/atermelons 


85 
1,650 

^/125, 
b/ 

273 
3.700 
2,400 


a/500 
T,425 

a/540 , 

" i/ 

290 
2,950 
1,900 


^ 100 
600 
1,275 
75 
300 

ll 
30U 

4,400 

2,600 


140 

a/ 600 
T,260 
a/ 100 

~ 300 . 
1,000 . 

350 :r : 

3,300 

3,400 


a/725 
T,,300 
a/ 65 
~ 300 
3,100 
775 
2,270 
3,100 


1,350 
25 
325 
515, 
400- 

1,875 
1,600 


100 

1,000 

500 , 

I 

573 
1,905 
1,100 


TOTAL 


8,310 


7»730 


9,650 


10,450 


11,700 


6,090 


5,180 


a/ Includ«s Hendry 


acreage. 


b/ Potatoes 


included in 


Lee acreage. 






si -* . 








COLUMBIA COUNTY 






'ii. 


Cabbage 


25 


25 


25 










Cantaloups 




^ . 75 . 


50 . . 


50 


25 






Corn, Sweet a/ 
















Cucumbers 


75 














Watermelons 


2,500 


2,200 


2,200 


2,250 


2,200 


3,000 


2,600 


TOTAL 


2,600 


2,300 


2,275 


2,300 


2,225 


3,025 


2,600 



a/ Included in Alachua acreage. 



75 



COUNTY ACREAGES FOB HARVEST OF COIMODIIIES BY SEASONS 

DALE COUNTY 



Commodity 


1952-53 


1953-5^ 


1^5^-55 


1955-56 


1956-57 


1957-58 


1958-59 


Stxap Beans 


5*550 
^50 


5.900 


7,800 


6,700 


6,725 


4,925 


6,875 


Cabtage 


ifOO 


uoo 


550 


225 


400 


600 


Cantaloups 


65 


500 


450 


700 


300 


350 


350 


Cauliflower 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


25 


Corn» Sweet 


1»350 


1.825 


1.265 


1»185 


1,460 


2,050 


1.275 


Cucumbers 


375 


300 


550 


675 


975 


1,250 


1,000 


Lettuce " 


100 


100 


100 


175 


100 


150 


180 


Peppers' " 


75 


100 


125 


50 


- 




- 


Potatoes 


10,800 


8,800 


8,400 


8,900 


10,700 


8,500 


7,200 


Squash- - 


- 950 


1,100 


1,225 


i,050 


1,000 


1,450 


1,900 


Strawberries 


50 


50 


100 


100 


65 


85 


225 


Tomatoes 


16,900 


19,300 


22,250 


27,300 


30,000 


21,550 


20,350 


TOTAL 


36,715 


38,U25 


42,715 


47,435 


51,600 


40, 760 


39,980 



De SOTO COUNTY 



Cucumbers 


150 


. 140 75 




...25 


/ 25 


- ._ - 






— 1 f J 


'a/ 




~J 




Tomatoes 


100 


75 50 


5? 








I* CL U w X lU w A U 1.1 w 








son 


1. 600 


X , XJ\J 


frnrr. AT 


on c 




1,J00 


2,750 


1. rr5 


1, 15U 


q/ Potatoes in Other 


Counties. 


b/ Includes Hardee and 


Sarasota* 






■- n ■ ■ 






DIXIE COUNTY 










Wat e rme 1 ns 


300 


300 700 

J 


700 




500 

•/WW 


500 

•/WW 






DUVAL COUNTY 










wet D ua^o 








150 










• ESCAMBIA COUNTY 






ft 




Cabbage 


50 


25 25 








100 


Cue ufflbsi' ^ 










50 


2S 


Potatoes 


1,200 


950 900 


900 


1.300 


1,700 


825, 




1,00 


IfUfj l.UvJU 


OCA 


1;»J25 


1, f 50 








iLALrLJiii COUNT I 










Cabbage 


1,350 


1,400 1,400 


1,600 


1,500 


1,600 


1.850 


Potatoes 


3,900 


3»600 4,400 


4,300 


5.200 


5,500 


3.900 


TOTAL 


5,250 


5,000 5.800 


5.900 


6,700 


7, 100 


5.750 


00 i 


;■_?> V \ ... 


' t'GADSDEN COUNTY 








.r.-T 


Snap Beans 




1,350 600 


550 


70 b 


825 


700 


Cabbage 


100 


50 50 






100 




Cuc\im.bers 


40 


125 


120 


250 


210 


50 


Squash - V'^i 


,V25 


75 100 


225 


150 


50 




Tomatoes - ^ ■ 










100 




Watermelons 




- 400 


200 


5a 


400 




.TOTAL 


665 


1,475 1,275 


1,095 


1,150 


1,685 


750 






GILCHEIST COUNTY 










Cantaloups 




50 


65 


50 


125 


75 


Cucmbers 


50 


250 140 


175 


ISO 


140 


100 


Eggplant 


35 


'25 


15 


15 


a/ 55 


a/ 25 


Peppers 




150 50 


25 


25 


~ 25 


25 


Squash 








50 


60 


50 


Tomatoes 




150 100 


50 


75 


25 




V/atermelons 


9,000 


8,200 5,200 


5,500 


6,275 


6,000 


6,000 


TOTAL -r— r-: 


9,085 


8,750 5.565 


5,830 


6,670 


6,430 


6,275 



a/ Includes Union eggplant. 



76 



COUNTY ACEEAGE FOE HAf<VEST OF COmODITIES BY SE/^SONS 



Commodity 



1952-53 1953-5'+ l95'+-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 



1958-59 



Cabbage 
Corn» Sweet 
Lettuce a/ 
Tomatoes ~ 
Viatermelons 



1,200 
100 

1,350 

uoo 



350 



925 
325 



&LADES COUNTY 
300 



50D 



^00 



1,00U 



300 



2,000 



c/ 1,440 
~ 1,000 



c/2,l60 
" 300 



3,050 



1,600 



800 



1,400 



2,700 



2,440 



2,460 



a/ Lettuce included in Palm Beach. b/ Tomatoes included in Okeechobee. c/ Includes Highlands 
tomatoes. d/ Cabbage included in^Palm Beach. 



HAMILTON COUNTY 



Cabbage 


50 


25 


25 . 






— 


, • 


Cantaloups 


25 


75 


50. L 


-^25 


25 






Cucumbers 


150 


250 


150 


50 


200 


135 


75 


Sq^uash 


100 


100 


125 


100 


100 


100 


100 


Vtfatermelons 


700 


950 


500 


300 


200 


400 


150 


TOTAL 


1,025 


1,400 


850 


475 


525 


635 


325 








HAHDEE COUNTY 










Cabbage 


50 


50 


25 


25 


75 


75 


75 


Cantaloups 




25 


.25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


Corn, Sweet 


100 


75 


50 


100 


50 






Cucumbers 


2,150 


2,130 


2,400 


3,000 


3,450 


3,200 


2,400 


Eggplant 


160 


125 


150. 


125 


100 


100 


50 


Peppers • 


275 


275, 


275 


200 


ito 


^25 


100 


Squash 


150 


115 


100 


100 


100 


150 


150 


Strawberries 


225 


100 


125 


150 


75 


25 




Tomatoes 


1,150 


1,200 


1,200 


1,100 


1,250 


1,190 


610 


Vi'atermelons 


900 


700 


1,000 


1,500 


1,500 


1,400 


900 


TOTAL 


5,l60 


4,795 


5,350 


6,325 


6,725 


6,390 


4,310 



Snap Beans 

Cantaloups 

Corn, Sweet 

Cucumbers 

Peppers 

Potatoes 

Squash 

Tomatoes 

Watermelons 



1/ 



HENDRY COUNTY 



a/ b/ 750 

1,50U, 1,225, 925 

20U 15U 123 

4,350 4,950 4,500 

1,600 1,500- 1,800 



750 

1,223 
325 
d/400 
~ 300 

7,575 
1,900 



1,20(5 
, 375 
d/l,430 
525 
5,410 
1,900 



1,000 
.525 

d/220 
450 

4,735 

2,100 



1,050 
450 
d/l,050 
425 
3,490 
3,400 



TOTAL 



7,850 



7,825 



8,475 



12,475 



10,640 



a/ Sweet corn included in Lee. b/ Sweet corn included 
Collier. d/ Potatoes includes Glades acreage. e/ 
included in Collier. ~ 



9,030 



9,865 



in Collier* cj Peppers included in 
Potatoes incluaed in Lee. f/ Cantaloups 



Cantaloups 
Eggplant 
Squash 
Vi'atermelons 



125 
1,400 



HEBNANDO COUNTY 



200 
1,600 



85 
50 
1,800 



135 
50 
25 
1,800 



100 

25 
2,100 



75 
50 

25 
2,500 



110 



1,100 
1,210 



TOTAL 



1,525 



1,800 



1,935 



2,010 



2,225 



2,650 



HIGHLANDS COUNTY 



Snap Beans 
Cucumbers 
Escarole a/ 
Lettuce ~ 
Watermelons 



350 


400 


850 


650 


200 


150 


125 


70 


50 


25 


25 


25 












300 


100 


100 


100 


100 


150 


50 


575 


570 


1,000 


775 


375 


525 



4/ 

323 



TOTAL 

sJ 

Escajole included in Palm Beach. 
Palm Beach. 



325 



b/ Snap beans included in Palm Beach. c/ Lettuce included in 



77 





COUNTY ACREAGES FOR HARVEST OF 


CQJMODITIES 


BY SEASONS 






\^wUul<JUX ujr 


1952-53 


1953-5^ 


1954-55 




Dyj~ J f 


* 7 J f - 








HELLSBOEOUGH COUNTY 








Lima Beans 


950 


950 


800 


700 


800 


775 


350 


Snap Beans 


925 


875 


925 


900 


860 


735 


575 


Cabbage 


450 


250 


175 


225 


250 


225 


250 


Cantaloups 


_ 






25 


25 




/ 25 


Cauliflower 


475 


275 


325 


250 


150 


d/175 


d/150 


Corn, S\weet ej 


1,200 


950 


925 


600 


400 


" 300 


275 


Cucxanbers : " ■ ■ - " 


. 615 


470 


300 


200 


250 


300 


350 


Eggplant 


300 


300 


400 


375 


350 


425 


350 


Escarole a/ 










- 


- 


- 


Lettuce 


275 


300 


325 


275 


300 


200 


, 75 


Peppers 


2,900 


b/3,510 


b/3,050 


2,725 


2.500 


l,,f^25 




Potatoes 


1,100 


~ 650 


~ 700 


750 


c/890 


c/475 


1/ 850 


Squash 


1,350 


1,350 


1,325 


1,575 


■ .1,350 


T,600 


~ 1, 150 


Strawberries 


2,800 


2,100 


2,800 


3,000 


-V 2,800 


1,^+50 


900 


Tomatoes 


. . 2,475 


2,000 


1,900 


2,000 


2,260 


2,600 


2,330 


V*atermelons 


'■ "r. 5,000 


5,800 


6,000 


6,300 


5,800 


4,400 


2,700 


TOTAL 


20,815 


19,780 


19,950 


19,900 


18,985 


15,110 


12,270 



a/ Escarole included in Sarasota, b/ Includes Manatee peppers. c/ Includes Polk potatoes. 
5/ Includes Mguaatee cauliflower. e/ Includes Polk sweet corn. T/ Includes Polk and Sarasota 
potatoes. 



HOniES COUNTY ^ 



Cucumbers 

Tomatoes 

Vtatermelons 


- 

750 


200 75 
1,400 1,800 


70 
1,700 


100 
1,700 


50 
100 
2,500 


25 
25 
1,200 


;,: TOTAL 


750 


1,600 1,875 


1^770 


1,800 


2,650 


1,250 


Cucumbers 
Squash 

Tomatoes ' ' 
Vv'atermelons 


135 
150 
3,150 
300 


. INDIAN RIVER COUNTY ' ' r 

110 100 75 
2,300 2,000 1,625 

400 a/600 600 


b/2,090 
800 


b/2,170 
" 900 


^1,^*80 

600 


TOTAL 


3,735 


2,810 2,700 


2,300 


2,890 


3,070 


2,080: 


a/ Includes St. Lucie 


watermelons. 


b/ Includes Brevard 


tomatoes 


• 






Cucxanbers 
Tomatoes > ■ 
V/atermelons 


325 

2,400^ 


JACKSON COUNTY 
563 575 

2,70b 2,900 


595 
2,100 


1.900 


> .255 
100 
3,100 


315 
100 
2,600 


. TOTAL 


2,725 


3,265 3,475 


2,695 


2,375 


3,455 


3,215 


Cucumbers \ 

Squash 

Watermelons 


150 
25 
1,900 


JEFFERSON COUUTY 
130 150 

100 150 

2,400 2,400 


50 
100 
2,000 


250 
1,700 


73 
2,100 


75 
1,700 


TOTAL 


2,075 


2,630 2,700 


2,150 


1,950 


2,175 


1,775 


a/ Cucumbers included 


in Leon. 












Watermelons 


1,900 


LAFAYETTE COUNTY 
1,900 1,600 


2,000 


1,800 


2,500 


1,900 



78 



COUNTY ACEfiA&ES FOB HAEVEST OF COMMODITIES BY SEASONS 



Commo.di ty 


1952-53 


1953-5^^ 


195^-55 


1955-56: 


1956-57 


1957-58 


1958-59 








LAKE COUNTY 










Snap Beans 


250 


175 


100 


50 


250 


J^25 


. 75 


Cabtage 


50 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


Cantaloups 








50 








Celery a/ 




_ 








- 


— 


Corno Sweet a/ 






_ 






- 


- 


Cucumbers 


225 


175 


75 


75 


75 


75 


75 


Eggplant b/ 


25 




25 


35 




35 


50 


Escarole a/ 
















PP or s 


iUU 










1 no 




Tomatoes 


200 


250 


175 


100 


25 


30 


50 


Watermelons 


9,200 


7,^00 


5,500 


4,300 


i|,400 


i+,050 


3,500 


TOTAL 


10,050 


8, 175 - 


6,050 


i*,785 


ii-,900 


4,7U0 


3,950 


a/ All celery, corn. 


and escarole included in Orange. 


b/ Includes Sumter 


eggplant. 


Lettuce 


included in Other 


Coxiiities 


except, in Marion 1957-58. 











Cabbage 

Cantaloups 

Corn, Sv;eet 

Cucumbers 

Eggplant 

Peppers 

Potatoes 

Squash 

Tomatoes b/ 

V.atermelons 



350 
, 75 
a/ 675 
1,750 
335 
b/900 
d/^,850 
~ 325 
1,850 
900 



100 
100 

d/1,220 
" 3,950 
225 

c/ 1,750 
~ 335 
1,800 

600 



LEE COUNTY 
50 
100 

1,600 
2,950 
260 

800 
c/2,5l0.v 
" 375' 
1,600 

800 



/ 7^ 


60 


, 75 


d/2,0i;0 


d/ 1,525 




2,150 


~ 2,225 


^,356 


175 


90 


60 


625 


650 


575 


2,700 


3,000 


1,675 


350 


375 


475 


1,775, 


1,610 


2,005 


1,200 


l,U0O 


550 


11,090 


10,935 


8,2/+5 



150 

1,875 
150 
800 
e/1,200 
" 525 
1,030 
650 



TOTAL 



12,010 



10,520 



11,045 



6,820 



a/ Includes Hendry sweet corn. b/ Includes Charlotte pepper and tomatoes. c/ Includes Collier 
and Hendry potatoes. d/ Includes Charlotte sweet corn. e/ Includes CollTer potatoes. 









• .LEON COUNTY 










Cucumbers 




lib 


215 


35 




a/306 


100 


V;/atermelons 


250 


300 


3Q0 


250: 'J 


225 


~ 600: , 


300 


TOTAL 


325 


410 


515 


285 


225 


900 


400 


a/ Includes Jefferson 


cuciombers* 




















LEVY COUNTY 










Snap Beans 


75 


50 


25 


25 


50 


50 


50 


Cabbage 


25 


25 


25 










Cantaloups 


100 


100 


.75 


75 


50 


50 


50 


Cucumbers 


40 


25 


75 


50 


25 


35 


25 


Squash 


100 


150 


150 


125 


75 


75 


75 


Viatermelons 


5,300. 


5,800 


4,500 


5,000 


5,600 


5,000 


3,600 


TOTAL 


5,64q. 


6,150 


4,850 


5,.275 


5,800 


5,210 


3,800 








MADISON COUNTY 










Cantaloups 


50 


25 


25 


25 


25 






Cucumbers 


475 


415 


400 


140 


225 


320 


100 


Squash 


50 




50 


25 


150: 


150 


150 


Viatermelons 


1,900 


2,200 


3,000 


1,800 


1,600 


2,000 


1,000 


TOTAL 


2,475 


2,640 


3,475 


1,990 


2,000 


2,470 


1,250 



79 



COUNTY ACREA&IS FOE HAEVEST OF CCMMODITIES BY SEASONS 



Commodity 



Snap Beans 
Cabbage 
Caatalo\^s 
Cauliflower 
Corn} Sweet 
Cucumbers 
Eggplant 
Escarole 
Lettuce 
Peppers 
^quaksh 
Strawberries 
Tomatoes d/ 
Watermelons 



1^ 



1952-53 1953-5^ 195^-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 

MANATEE COUNTY 



1958-59 



U75 


k75 


525 


550 


340 


75 


50 


550 


300 


100 


100 


75 


75 


100 




25 


25 


50 


50 


25 


25 


3^ 


250 


175 


250 


125 


f/ 


f/ 

zJ 


a/ 75 


50 












525 


^65 


250 


175 




150 


25 


150 


130 


50 


100 


35 


75 


75 


275 


M5 


600 


U60 


225 


275 


250, 


225 






75 


50 


50 


ir^ 


250 


- 25U 


^ 15^ 


150 


100 


175 
















25 


**t025 


3,550 


2,900 


3,085 


2,600 


3,400 


2,910 


600 


600 


200 


' 650 


650 


450 


550 


7,^90 


6,510 


'^,975 


5,645 


4,000 


4,750 


4,185 



TOTAL 

a/ Includes Sarasota sweet corn» b/ Includes Sarasota lettuce. c/ Escarole included in 

Sarasota* d/ Includes Sarasota^tomatoes* ^ Peppers included~in Hillsborough* f^f Cauli- 
flower IncliiJed in Hillsborough. - 



MARION "COUNTY 



Lima Beans 


100 


:> 50 


75 


75 


100 


100 


50 


Snap Beans 


: 1,200 


■j 1,200 


1,125 


800 


650 


750 


875 


Cabbage 


150 


125 


125 


75 


35 


50 


30 


Cantaloups , 


.450 


.400 


350 


350 


,250 


300 


325 


Celery a/ 
















Corn, Sweet 




'-'^^ 


375 


400 


675 




i/ 


Cucumbers 






85 


85 


125 


173 


150 


.Eggplant 




50 


100 


85 


100 


180 


185 


iettuce - : 


e/ 75 


150 


. 85 


25 


25 


e/225 


e/ 45 


Peppers 


-^125 


100 


75 


25 


25 


~ 25 




Squash 


975 


775 


700 


750 


825 


750 


750 


Tomatoes 


1,700 


3,000 


2,150 


1,500 


2,225 


2,800 


1,750 


Watermelons 


7,800 


8,400 


7,200 


8,200 


10,200 


9,900 


7,300 


total 


12,785 


14,400 


12,445 


12,370 


15,235 


15,255 


11,460 



a/ Celery incliided in Alachua* b/ Sweet corn included in Seminole* cj Includes Alachua 
" lettuce* d/ Included in AlacEua corn* ej Includes Lake County leTtuce* 



MARTIN COUNTY 

Snap Beans 6OO 6OO 300 200 a/ a/ a/ 

Cabbage - - - - - 12? 7/ 

Cucumbers 500 645 50O 700 85O e/875 1/ 

Peppers 100 125 b/ 325 , 60O ~ 400 425 

Potatoes 800 220 c/563 c/l,050 c/2,l80 c/l,l40 c/620 

Squash 125 100 " 150 - 75 " 200, 100, * 

Tejiia,toes . l^ „ 2,650 . r' 2#450 -1<650 -^:i,125 d/ ij e/ 

Watermelons'^ 500 800 1,000 1,500 l,10g 1,000 505 

TOTAL 57275 57955 57975 57930 37?40 17555 



a/ Snap beans included in Palm Beach* b/ Pepper included in Other Counties* cJ Includes 
Lucie 1953-54 through 1958-59 and Indian River in 1954-55 and 1957-58* d/ Tomatoes inc 



)s St* 

^, . .. included 

in St* Lucie* eJ Includes Okeechobee cucumbers* f/ Cabbage included in Palm Beach* 
gj Cucumbers included in Palm Beach. 



OKEECHOBEE COUNTY 

Tomatoes 1,475 1,425 a/3,000 2,725 2,120 1,780 b/l,800 

V/atermelons 300 200 ~ 200 350 200 300 ~ 300 

TOTAL 17775 57^^25 37200 57075 27320 2»080 2,100 

a/ Includes Glades tomatoes* b/ Includes Osceola tomatoes* Cucumbers included in Martin 1957-58* 



80 



Commodity 



Snap Beans 
Cablsage 

Cauliflower a/ 
Celery ¥/ 
Corn» Sweet b/ 
Cucumbers " "S/' 

jisc^role 15/ • 

Lettuce ^ ■ 

Peppers 

Spinach e/ 
Squash c/ 
Viatermelons ~ 



COUNTY ACRgAGES FOR HA.fiVEST OF COhP.lODITIES BY SEASONS 
1952-53 1953 -5^^ 195^-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 



600 
. uoo 

1,750 
3,300 
300 
1,000 

250 

uoo 



OBANGE COUNTY 

1,725 750 

600 ■ 300 



1,735 
^,300 

375 
1,100 

200 

1/ 



250 



1,215 
^^,300 
250 
1,075 

275, 

^/ 
100 



. 575 
150 

1,255 
3 , 600 

165 
1,075 
350, 

300 



. 825 
100 

1*375 

275 
1,225 

250 

800 
150 



1,225 
125 

1,^*25 
4,000 
100 
1,175 

300 

500 
1,000 



1958-59 

835 
125 

1,260 
5,i^65 

110 
1,200 
150 

1,000 

300 



TOTAL 



8,000 



10,285 



8,265 



7,920 



9,150 



9,850 



10, ^+^^5 



a/ Cauliflower included in Seminolet b/ Includes Lake County celery, corn, and escarole. c_/ In- 
cluded in Seminole pepper and squastT d/ Includes Semiiaole cucumbers. e/ Includes spinach 
grown in Lake and a small acreage. in 0th¥r Counties. 

OSCEOLA COUNTY 

Viatermelons 250 250 250 200 600 ^50 600 

Note: Tomatoes included in Brevard 1952-53 through 1955-56; Okeechobee 1956-57 through 1958-59. 



PALM BEACH COUNTY 



Lima- Beans 


625 


.625 


550 


700 


Snap Beans > 


36,500 


38,200 


38,000 


36,100 


Cabba-gp • ' 


5,600 


3,900 


3,700 


4, 600 


Cauliflower 


100 


50 


25..'-. 


50 


Celery; 


i^,050 


4,745 


4, 445 


5,650 


Corn, Sweet 


19,825 


25,000 
670 


21,875 


27,775 


Cucumbers 


700 


1,400 


1,975 

665 


Eggplant 


555 


485 


500. 


Escarole 


2,400 


2,950 


3,150 " 


3,300 


Lettuce a/ 


1,700 


1,500 


1,760 


1,775 


Peppers 


2,550 


2.«765 


2,865 


3,410 


Potatoes 


2,700 


' 975 


1,345 


2,525 


Squash 


1,700 


1,525 


1,900 


2,450 


Strawberries 








25 


Tomatoes 


2,200 


2,300 


1,950 


.2,550 
300 


Watermelons 


300 


400 


200 


TOTAL 


81,705 


86»090 


83,665 


93,850 



-V340 
e/32,700 
~ 3,600 
25 

, 5,860 
b/32,450 
~ 2,850 
760 
4, 200 
-1,975 
4,485 
3,000 
2,150 
50 
2,340 
200 

96,985 



200 
e/31,750 
~ 4, 100 

7,260 
b/30,775 
" 2,725 
, 885 
d/ 3,900 
- 1,500 
4,500 
2,590 
2,250 
i/ 40 
c/ 2,730 
600 



/ 315 
e/32,125 
1/ 5,200 

, 9,535 
b/40,050 
3,350 

860 

4. 



1/ 



♦,700 
1,650 
6,050 
2,300 
, 2,525 
i/ 40 
c/ 2,520 
250 
111,470 



95,805 



a/ Includes Glades lettuce. b/ Includes Broward corn. c/ Includes Broward tomatoes. d/ In- 
cludes Highlands escarole. ~ e/ Includes Martin beans l'956-57 through 1958-59 and Highlands in 
1958-59. f/ Includes Glades and Martin cabbage. g/ Includes Highlands lettuce. h/ In- , 
eludes Broward and Martin cuc\ambers» i/ Includes Broward strawberries.. 



Watermelons 



6,200 



5,800 



PASCO COUNTY 

4,500 4,000 



3,900 



3,300 



1,400 



Lima Beans 

Snap Beans 

Cabbage 

Corn, Sweet 

Cucumbers 

Eggplant 

Peppers 

Potatoes 

Squash 

Strawberries 

Tomatoes 

Viatermelons 



£/ 



POLK COUNTY 

50 50 75 50 

200 200 200 150 100 100 

100 75 25 25 25 25 

50 50 50 50 50 150 

25 25 25 25 15 

400 500 350 300 250 150 

a/ 145 . a/ 75 - b/ b/ 

150 100 ~ 100 100 100 100 

250 125 125 100 100 75 

50 25 50 - - 95 

1,700 2,300 2,800 3,100 2,900 2,300 



75 
100 

30 
150 

d/285 
b/ 
10^ 
50 
200 
2,200 



TOTAL 



3,070 



3,400 



3,850 



3,900 



3,615 



3,045 



3,190 



aj Includes Sarasota potatoes. b/ Included in Hillsborough potatoes. c/ Included in Hills- 
borough sweet corn. d./ Includes Highland peppers. 



81 



COUNTY ACiiEAGES FOE HAHVEST OF C0l>aiODITIES BY SEASONS 



Commodity 



1952-53 1953-5^ 195^-55 1955-56 

PUTN^ COUNTY 



1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 



Snap Beans 

Cabbage 

Cantaloups 

Cauliflower 

Potatoes 

Watermelons 


75 
1,550 

/ 25 
a/i*, 100 
~ 200 


50 
1,650 

50 
3,100 
400 


50 
1,700 

/ 25 
a/3,900 
" 400 


25 
1,800 

25 
3,900 
600 


25 
1,550 

25 
5,800 
800 


1,600 

b/ 
5,700 
1,200 


25 
1,950 
25 

4,600 

800 


TOTAL ^ 


5,950 


5,250 


6,075 


6,350 


8,200 


8,550 


7,400 


a/ Includes Clay potatoes* b/ Cauliflower included in 


St* Johns* 












ST. 


JOHNS COUNTY 










Cabbage 
Ca\ili flower 
Potatoes 
V.ktermelons 


3,100 
100 
11,300 

100 


3,250 
100 
10,300 
300 


3,200 
225 
12,700 
200 


3,800 
175 
12,800 


3,200 
125 
15,000 


3,000 
a/ 25 

at 

i^r,3oo 


3,700 
50 
13,000 


TOTAL 


1U,600 


13,950 


16,325 


16,775 


18,325 


17,325 


16,750 


a/ Includes Putnam 


cauliflower* 














Lioia Beans a/ 
Cucxanbers 
Potatoes a/ 
Tomatoes 
Watermelons 




ST* 


LUC IS COUNTY 








•- 


b/260 

U,200 
300 


100 

4,750 

300 


75 

2,700 

of 


50 

3,000 
400 


285 

d/2,450 
~ 650 


d/l,940 
375 


m 

d/2,l80 
400 


TOTAL.- 




5,150 


2,775 


3,450 


3,385 


2,315 


2,580 



a/ Included in Martin* b/ Includes Okeechobee cucumbers* 0/ Watermelons included in Indian 
_ Biver* d/ Includes Martin tomatoes, also Indian Biver winter crop* 

, SANTA EOSA COUNTY 



Cucumbers 


200 


80 












V/atermelons 




" 350 


700 


500 


500 


500 


500 


; TOTAL ; 


200 


430 


700 


500 


500 


500 


500 






SAEASOTA 


■COUNTY 










Cabbage 


50 


25 


25 


■-r - 25 


,25 


100 


75 


Celery 


875, 


780 


760 


805 


655 


515 


520 


Corn, Sweet 
















Escarole d/ 




175 


125 


,- 125 


125 


150 


150 


Lettuce 5/ 
















Potatoes c/ 
















Watermelon's 








200 


50 






TOTAL 


1,100 


980 


910 


1,155 


855 


7^5 


745 



a/ Sweet corn incliided in Manatee* b/ Lettvice included in Manatee* c/ Potatoes included in 
Polk 1953 and 1955; DeSoto in 1957 through 1959* d/ Includes Hillsborough and Manatee 
escarole. Tomatoes included in Manatee* 



"1 'i ■■ 



82 



Commodity 



Snap Beans 
Cabtagd 

Cauliflower a/ 
Celery 
Corn, Sweet 
Cucvunbers e/ 
Dggplant £/ 
Escarole 
Lettuce ~ 
Peppers 

Squash f / 



COUNTY ACREAGES FOB HA2tVEST OF COMMODITIES BY S.EASONS . . , 

1952-53 1953-5U 195^-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 

SEMINOLE COUNTY 



1,000 
2,750 
265 
2,765 

■h/Qnn 

V 1 7\J\J 


1,000 
2,000 
300 
2,675 


775 
1,850 

225 
2,125 

1^0 


'*50 
2,150 

325 
1,9^0 

100 


400 
1,950 

300 
1,925 

150 


365 
2,U00 
140 

1, CHJ 

200 


500 

2,075 
100 

1)/140 


100 

350 
150 

d/i*0O 
150 


250 
225 

~ 285 


25 
175 
225 

d/30.Q; 
~ 375 


25 
100 

325 

200 
300 


25 
75 
250 
2 ID 
150 


25 

75 
275 
225 
100 


25 
50 
225 
280 
150 


8,830 


7,8U0 


6,225 


5,915 


5»'*35 


5,645 


5,150 



TOTAL 



a/ Includes Orange cauliflower. b/ Includes Marion sweet corn. c/ Includes Orange eggplant. 
Includes Orange pepper. e/ Included in Orange cuciimbers. f/ Tncludes Orange squash. 



SUMTEfl COLUTY 



Snap Beans 


475 


450 


700 


250 


26i 


85 


150 


Cabbage 


50 


25 


50 


50 


40 


50 


50 


Cantaloups 


100 


75 


50 


75 


100 


75 


100 


Cucumbers 


550 


425 


275 


250 


400 


550 


700 


Eggplant a/ 
















Lettuce 


225 


175 


300 


350 


350 


325 


300 


Peppers 


550 


600 


800 


900 


900 


575 


825 


Squash 


25 






50 


50 


30 


25 


Strawberries 


75 


50 


75 


100 


100 


75 


75 


Tomatoeg 


2,000 


1,500 


1,550 


1,000 


900 


1,210 


990 


Vfetermelons 


•■■ 4-, 000 


6, 600r 


4,500 


5,200 


6,300 


6,900 


5.900 


TOTAL 


8,050 


9,900 


8,300 


8,225 


9,405 


9,895 


9,115 



a/ Included in Lake eggplant* 




Cabbage 
Cantaloups 
Cucumbers 
Viatermelons 



50 
50 
75 
7,000 



SUl'^ANNEE COUNTY 



50 

25;. 

175v 

6,306'- 



25 

5C^: 
6,300 



5(3 
125 
6,600 



25 
6,000 



5,500 



3.400 



TOTAL 



7.175 



6,550 



6,375 



6,775 



6,025 



5,500 



3,400 



V*'atermelons 



150 



250 



TAYLOR COUNTY 
200 



100 



75 



300 



100 



■ ■• ^ 



83 



COUNTY ACEEAGES FOR HAfiVESl OF COMMODITIES BY SEASONS 



Commodity 


1952-53 


1953-5'+ 


195**- 55 


1955-56 


1956-57 


1957-58 


1958-59 


















Lima Beans 


125 


4 ^ ^ 

125 


125 


100 


4 ^ ^ 

135 


135 


100 


Snap Beans 


175 


150 


loO 


225 


275 


225 


225 


Cabbage 


200 


. 150 


100 


25 


15 


25 


15 


Cantaloups 


25 


25 


25 








• 


Cornt Sweet 


250 




50 


50 








Cucvimbers 


150 


4 n A 

170 


100 


75 


165 


4 n ^ 

125 


4 An 

100 


Eggplant 












a/ 30 




Peppers 


50 


75 


50 


50 


50 


50 


2U 






1 nn 




if 5 


1 <;n 




■h/lOO 






200 


17'5 


1^0 


12s 


1^0 


175 


Vi/atermelons 


350 


i*00 


300 


300 


275 


300 


150 


TOTAL 


1,625 


1,595 


1,235 


1,150 


1,190 


1,135 


865 



a/ Eggplant included in Gilchrist* ^ Includes Bradford potatoesi 



Cabbage 

Cauliflower 

Cucumbers 

Lettuce 

Peppers 

Squash 

%%itermelons 



225 



25 
100 

^+50 



125 



100 
100 

800 



VOLUSIA COUNTY 
75 



100 

90 

300 



75 
25 

90 
50 

300 



75 
25 
60 
140 
110 

uoo 



100 
20 
25 

100 
75 
25 

300 



125 
15 

75 
50 
25 

:475 



TOTAL 



V/atermelon&i">' 



800 . 1,125 565 

„i;. Y^AKULLA COUNTY 

- oc 250 150 

'v.' . 

WALTON. COUNTY 



540 



810 



6U5 



765 



Cucumbers ... .2_ 
















Watermelons 




' 700 


300 


- 106 


:,>■ . 100 


300 


100 


TOTAL 


40 


700 


300 


100 


100 


300 


100 






WASHINGTON COUNTY 










Cantaloups 








25 








Cucumbers 




50 












Tomatoes 












50 


25 


Watermelons 


1,400 


1,800 


1,800 


1,000 


1,800 


2,100 


1,400 


TOTAL 


1,400 


1,850 


1,800 


1,025 


1,800 


2,150 


1,425 








OTHER COUNTIES 










Lima Beans ^ . . 


. 550 


375 


550 


400 


300 


315 


400 


Snap - Beans - - 


lii.; 375 


1-400 


450 : 


- 350 


360 


390 


415 


Cabbage " 


- 300 


125 


150 


200 


360 


650 


350 


Cantaloups 


175 


100 


75 


160 


125 


125 


190 


Cauliflower 


45 


25 


50 


50 


75 


40 


60 


Celery 


15 


20 


25 










Corny Sweet 


500 


205 


85 


470 


415 


95 


330 


Cuciimbers 


470 


265 


435 


350 


350 


U05 


550 


Eggplant 


115 


65 


90 


175 


220 


245 


315 


Escarole 


75 


25 


75 


200 




200 


300 


Lettuce 


225 


135 


330 


475 


60 


50 


250 


Peppers 


350 


295 


345 


190 


220 


200 


220 


Potatoes 


1,050 


955 


580 


600 


450 


485 


680 


Squash 


400 


540 


225 


300 


225 


240 


400 


Strawberries 


75 


50 


100 


75 


135 


75 


35 


Tomatoes 


500 


800 


725 


365 


455 


295 


395 


Watermelons 


800 


275 


500 


1,100 


950 


975 


825 


TOTAL 


6,020 


4,655 


4,790 


5,460 


4,775 


4,785 


5,715 



84 



l/ COUNTY TOTAL ACREAGES FOR HARVEST OF COIdMODITIES BY SEASONS 



County 


- .. -7;-.-l952-53 


1953-5'+ 


1954-55 


1955-56 


Alachua 


"" ' lU,6lO 


15,^+85 


11,745 


10,865 


Bradford 


2,725 


2,800 


2,625 


1,925 


Brevard . 


3.025 


1,400 


1,425 


1,275 


Broward 


19,310 


18,775 


17,940 


17,520 


Calhoun 


1,125 


1,300 


1,200 


800 


Charlotte 


l,W+o 


2,075 


2,7,50 


3,000 


Citrus 


550 


'700 


600 


900 


Clay 


300 


300 


200 


400 


Collier 


8,310 


7,730 


9,650 


10,450 


Columbia 


2,600 


2,300 


2,275 


2,300 


Dade .. . . 


, 36,715 


38,425 


42,715 


47,435 


DeSoto 


■■•■r. 905 


1,015 


1,400 


1,300 


Dixie 


300 


300 


700 


^1 700 


Duval- 


100 


100 


100 


200 


Escai&'bia 


1,250 


1,075 


1,000 


950 


Flagler 


• •- 5»250 


5,000 


5,800 


5,900 


Gadsden 


665 


1,475 


1,275 


1,095 


Gilchrist 


9,085 


8,750 


5,565 


5,830 


Glades 


3,050 


1,600 


800 


1,400 


Eaniltoi^; 


1,025 


1,400 


850 


475 


Hardee " - 


5,160 


4,795 


5,350 


6,325 


Hendry 


7,850 


7,825 


8.475 


12,475 


Hernando 


1,525 


1,800 


1,935 


2,010 


Highlands 


575 


570 


1,000 


775 


Hillsborough 


20,815 


19,780 


19,950 


,19,900 


Holmes 


750 


1,600 


1,875 


1,770 


Indian Eiver 


3,735 


2,810 


2,700 


2,300 


Jackson 


2,725 


3,265 


3,475 


2,695 


Jefferson 


2,075 


2,630 


2,700 


2,150 


Lafayette 


1,900 


1,900 


1,600 


2,000 


Lake. 


10,050 


8,175 


6,050 


4,785 


Le© L: 


12,010 


10,520 


11,045 


11,090 


Leon- ' 


325 


MO 


. 515 


285 


Levy 




"6,^150 


4,850 


' 5,275 


Madison 


2,^*75 


2,640 


3,475 


1,990 


Manatee 


7,^90 


6,510 


4,975 


5,645 


Marion 


12,785 


.,i4,400 


12,445 


12,370 


Martiiji 


5,275 


•4,940 


4,165 


4,975 


Okeechobee 


i: 1,775 


i 1,625 


3,200 


3,075 


Orange ' 


• 6:6,000 


-10,285 


8,265 


7,920 


Osceola 


250 


■ 250 


250 


200 


Palm Beach 


81,705 


86,090 


83,665 


93,850 


Pasco ■ 


. ^:6,200 


5,800 


4,500 


4,000 


Polk 


- 3,070 


3,400 


3,850 


3,900 


Putnam 


V 5,950 


• 5,250 


6,075 


6,350 


St* Johns 


■ 14, 600 


13,950 


16,325 


16,775 


St. Lucie 


U,760 


5,150 


2,775 


3,450 


Santa Bosa 


' ' 200 


430 


700 


500 


Sarasota 


1,100 


980 


910 


1,155 


Seminole 


8,830 


7,840 


6,225 


5,915 


Sumter 


8,050 


9,900 


8,300 


8,225 


S\xwannee 


7, 175 


6,550 


6,375 


6,775 


Taylor 


- . - 150 


250 


200 


100 


Union ' ^ • 


1,625 


1,595 


1,235 


1,150 


Volusia 


800 


1,125 


565 


540 


Wakulla 




250 


150 


- 


Vtai ton 




700 


300 


100 


V/ashington 


1,MD0 


1,850 


1,800 


1,025 


Other Counties 


6,020 


4,655 


4,790 


5,460 


TOTAL 


377,200 


380,650 


367,650 


384,000 



1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 



12,570 
2,190 

15,055 

675 
2,025 
.. Ij900 

.' ; 300 

11,700 
2,225 

51,600 
^,750 

. ; 500 

150 
1,325 

6,700 
1,150 
6,670 
2,700 
525 
6,725 
10,840 
2,225 
375 
18,985 
' 1,800 
2,890 
2,375 
1,950 
1,800 
4,900 
10,935 
225 
5,800 
. 2,000 
4,400 
15,235 
4,930 
2,320 
9,150 
: 600 
96,985 
3,900 
3,615 
8,200 
18,325 
3,385 
500 
855 
5,435 
9,405 
6,025 
75 
1,190 
810 

100 
1,800 
4,775 



12,530 
1,600 

11,800 

625 
1,200 
2,300 

400 
6,090 
3,025 
40,760 
1,775 

500 

200 
1,750 
7,100 
1,685 
6,430 
2,440 

635 
6,390 
9,030 
2.650 

525 
15,110 
2.650 
3,070 
3,455 
2,175 
2,500 
4.740 
8,245 

900 
5,210 
2,470 
4,750 
15,255 
3,640 
2,080 
9,850 

450 
95,805 
3,300 
3,045 
8,550 
17,325 
2,315 

500 

765 
5,645 
9,895 
5,500 

300 

1,135 

645, 

300 
2,150 
4,785 



10,895 

; - 855 

11,510 

. 150 
1,275 
1,200 

450 
5,180 
2,600 
39,980 
1,150 

500 
. 250 

950 
5,750 

750 
6,275 
2,460 

325 
4,310 
9,865 
1,210 

- 325 
12,270 
1,250 
2,080 
3,215 
1,775 
1,900 
3,950 
6,820 
400 
3,800 
1,250 
4,185 
11,460 
1,545 
2,100 
10,445 
600 
111,470 
1,400 
3,190 
7,400 
16,750 
2,580 
500 
745 
5,150 
9,115 
- -3,400 
. 100 
885 
765 

100 
1,425 
5,715 



398,550 369,950: 347,950 

\J These totals include only the commercial vegetable crops listed in this booklet. Many counties 
have sizeable acreages of minor vegetable crops for which no estimates are made by this service. 



Note; In order to avoid disclosing individual operations, some acreages are included in adjoining 
counties. Please refer to footnotes under those counties on pages 74-84. 



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* SWMABY OF ACREAGE, YliXD, PBODUCTION A1>TD VALUE OF COhlMEECIAL VEGETABLES 

Season 1958-59 



CHOP 






: YIELD : 


PRODUCTION : 


pbice 


: VALUE 


ana 




• 
• 






Total 


:Harvested: 




: 1.000 a/ 

• X f UwVi/ CI/ 


SEASON 




: Planted 


: Harvest 


: Cwt. : 


(1,000 Cwt.) : 


Dollars 


: Dollar^ 


LIMA beans: 


















Winter ; 




600 


. 500 


20 


10 


10 


11.50 


115 


Spring ' 




1»500 


1> 200 




28 


28 


1 c r\r\ 

15. uu 


1l9A 


ALL 




2, 100 


1,700 


22 


38 


38 


14.08 


5'} 5 


■■ ,^ 

SNAP beans: 


















Late Fall 


' Id 




* 


■) ,^ 










Fresh, 




I5t500 


l4,700 


38 


559 


510 . : 


7.30 


3,723 


Proc. 




U,600 


'4.,600 


38 


175 


175 


5*77 


1,010 


Total 




20, 100 


19,300 


38 


734 




6.91 


4,733 


V/inter 


















Fresh 




19,700 


18,500 


28 


518 


518 


10.90 


5,646 


Proc. 




500 


500 


28 


14 


14 


5.50 


77 


Total 




20, 200 


IViOOO 


26 


352 


552 


10.76 


5,723 


op ring 


















Fresi 




12,900 


10,800 


28 


302 


302 


11.10 


3,352 


Proc. 




i+,700 


4,700 


28 


132 


132, 


6.40 


845 


Total 




17,600 


15,500 


28 


434 


434 


9.67 


4,197 


ALL 








32 


1,700 


I1651 , 


8.88 


14,653 


cabbage: V^inter 






if, 


155 


2,712 


2,439 ■ 


2.30 


5,610 


cantaloups: Spring 


.2,100 


1,800 




85; 


85- 


6.20 


527 


CAULIFLOV/EB: V/lnter. . 


550 


• . hOO 


105 


42 


42- 




loo 


CELEBYJ ' ■ 












■ 9 - 




- -■ 


V/inter 




8,500 


8, 100 


360 


2,916 




2.40 


6,161 


Spring 








^ OA 


1,664 


1,330 


^. JU 


1 ACQ 


ALL 




13,800 


13,300 




4,580 


3.897 


2.37 


y, 220 


COBN, svi^: 


















Fall ■ 




10,700 


9,900 


58 


574 


574 


3.70 


2,124 


Winter . ; 




Vj'^O 


8,000 


48 


384 


384 


6.00 


2,304 


Spring ; 






J 1 , uuu 


Do 


2, 108 


2,108 




Q QAft 


ALL 




51,900 


U8,900 


63 


3,066 


3,066 




l'*,33o 


cucumbers: 


















Late Fall 


'\. • 


5,500 


5,300 


110 


583 


517 


5«90 


3,050 


Winter 


•0 , : 


li900 


- 900 


50 


45 




15.00 


675 


Spring^ Early 


r ■ 


- 9,000 


8,300 


85 


706 


637 


8.60 


5,478 


Spring, Pickles 




600 


■ 550 


29 


16 


16 


2. Oo 


33 


ALL 




17,000 


15,050 


90 






7.60 


9,236 


eggplant: 


















Fall 


■•3 c ■ 


V', 1, 200 


; 1,100 


95 


104 


104 


4.65 


484 


Wintex. 




- 800 


800 


115 


92 


92 


7.30 


672 


Sprinig 


■ t ■ 


1 . 100 


1.000 


115 


115 


115 


6.50 


748 


ALL 




3,100 


2,900 




311 


311 


61? 

O* ic 


1, ^u** 


ESCABOLE (and 


















CHICORY) : Winter 


7,500 


6,400 


120 


768 


669 


4.05 


2,709 


lettuce:'. Winter > '. 




; -- U, 200 


3,200 


75 


240 


209 


4.75 


993 





















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Continued 

• SlAjMARY OF ACREAGE, YIELD, PRODUCTION AND VALUE OF COmiEEClAL VEGETABLES 

Season 1958-59 



CHOP : ACREAGE ; YIELD ; PEODUCTION ; PHICE ; VALUE 

and : : For :Per Acre: Total tHarvested: Per Cwt., : 1,000 a/ 
SEASON I Planted ; Harvest ; Cwt» ; ( 1,000 Cwt,) ; Dollars ; Dollars 



PEPPEES, green: 


















1 - 700 




110 

XXV 


16'? 


16'; 

x<JJ? 


10. «;o 


1.732 


win 




J7, 7VJU 


7«; 


44? 


442 




6. 626 




8,600 


6,700 


46 


302 


302 


15.90 


4,802 


ALL 


17,200 


lU, 100 


64 


909 


909 


13.27 


12,059 


POTATOES. EARLY lEISH 
















CCl-aiEKCIAL: 
















Winter 


12,500 


12,000 


155 


1,860 


1,800 


2.33 


4,194 


op rmg 








2.688 








Hps t i rve'^ 


21. "lOO 


21. ^00 


X t,^ 


2. "lOO 


3.08 


7.700 

Iff Vi^W 


other 


3,800 


3,600 


110 


396 


396 




1.327 


All Spring 


25,300 


25, 100 


123 


3.084 


2,896 


3. 11 


9,027 


ALL 


37,800 


37,100 


133 


4,944 


4,696 


2.81 


13,221 


spinach: 
















liVinter Processing 


1,100 


1,000 


88 


88 


88 


1.50 


132 


squash: 
















Fall 


3.900 


3.700 


49 


181 


181 


4.86 


878 


l/Vinter 




3.700 


42 






9.80 


lo 519 


Spring 




3,600 


42 


151 


151 


7.00 


1,057 


ALL 


12,800 


11,000 


44 


487 


487 


7»09 


3,454 


STRAVvBERBIES: Vdnter 
















FrQsh nnd. Ppocessine 


1. ?00 


1. "lOO 

X , J^J\J 


22 






4l. 60 


1.370 


tomatoes: 
















Fall 
















Fresh 


9,400 


8,900 


125 


1,112 


1, 112 


8.00 


8,896 


Proc» 


2,700 


2,700 


125 


338 


338 


1.20 


406 


Total 


12,100 


11,600 


125 




1,450 


6.42 


9,302 


Vi'mter 
















Fresh 


16,600 


16,100 


115 


1,852 


1,852 


8.80 


16,298 


Proc. 


2,100 


2,100 


115 


242 


242 


1.20 


290 


Total 


18,700 


18,200 


115 


2,094 


2,094 


7.92 


16,588 


Spring 














16,174 


Fresh 


15» 200 


14,700 


125 


1,838 


1,838 


8.80 


Proc. 


1,800 


1,800 


125 


225 


225 


1.05 


236 


Total 


17,000 


16,500 


125 


2,063 


2,063 


7.95 


16,410 


ALL 


^4-7, 800 


46,300 


121 


5,607 


5,607 


7.54 


42,300 


V/ATEEMELONS: 
















Late Spring 


77,000 


72,000 


68 


4,896 


4,896 


2.35 


11,506 


TOTAL ABOVE CROPS: 


37^^,650 


347,950 


Cwt. 


31,856 


30,338 




143,933 



a/ Value is for marketing season and should not be confused with calendar year. 

• These totals include the commercial vegetable crops listed in this book. Estimates are not 
available at this time for such crops as green cowpeas, okra, miscellaneous greens, etc. 



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